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cutest baby mobile!

This week, we decided to tackle a DIY based on one of our faves from our Celebration Collection; Chubby Cheeks and Flannel Sheets (Our new arrival candle)!

We thought making a mobile would be super fun! You can personalize the colours, imagery, and even make one for yourself!

Creating the mobile was super simple, all we did was super-glue some ribbon on a felt shape, place some stuffing on the felt, and super-glue another felt piece on top- making a puffy felt sandwich!

After that, we tied the felt ribbon to an embroidery hoop, beaded some colourful beads on to other ribbon for a fun textural element, and added some string to hang the mobile! That’s it!


We wanted to stick to Coal and Canary colours of course, but the possibilities are TRULY endless with how creative you can get with this one! As always, if you try this DIY yourself using the #candcathome and tag us @coalandcanary to get an exclusive coupon code!

Supplies:



Assorted Ribbon from Michaels
















4 Comments


3 vex
3 vex
4 days ago

It sounds like it could be a game where you have to identify, cook, or serve many kinds of tasty food, since you said it's about food moto x3m. This game may be anything from a simulation of a kitchen or restaurant to a matching or puzzle game with a culinary theme. But all I can do is speculate regarding the rules of the game until you provide me more concrete information.

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jane clara
jane clara
May 10

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May 08

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Guest
Apr 23

A very creative idea. I really like this item for babies. Very cute! flappy bird

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