Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Mustache


House Update: I've been a bit MIA lately. First, we had to get the house ready for sale, now we need to start looking for somewhere to live. The newly painted door and shutters must have worked. The house should be under contract tomorrow morning and if everything goes through, we need to be out by mid-June!

With everything going on, I haven't had much time for big projects. My son has been obsessed with mustaches lately, so I decided it was high time to make him one:

Materials:
Felt, cardboard, scrap paper, wooden skewer, hot glue gun, scissors, pencil

Sketch out your mustache, cut out your pattern:

Cut out your felt mustache:

Cut out a cardboard mustache:

While your hot glue gun is heating up, eat some dark chocolate:

Glue the cardboard and felt pieces together:

Attach the wooden skewer to one side:

Reinforce with a small piece of felt:

Now allow your mustache obsessed boy to model it:

Let others get in on the action:

Jellybean, Grandpa and yours truly getting in on the fun. :)

Wish us luck on finding a new home and Have a Happy Day!!

15 comments:

  1. Congrats on the sale of your house..love your mustaches....

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  2. Congrats on the sale of your house and good luck in finding your next abode. Simply love the mustache:):) It looks best on your little boy:)

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  3. These are hilareous! They're so funny for pictures!

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  4. Congrats on your sale. I love the stash, and the dark chocolate.

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  5. I am going to skip the first few steps and go right for the eat dark chocolate. Excellent tip.

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  6. Those photos are too funny! Love the project. Best of luck with moving!

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  7. Congrats on selling your house!

    Love the tutorial. But I think I would have to add "Eat Some Chocolate" after each step.

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  8. Aren't kids fun! Good luck on your pending house sale.

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  9. Congrats! Love the tutorial and you have a beautiful family! Many blessings!

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  10. That's great news especially in this market! Sweet DIY! And super sweet kiddo!

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  11. What a fun project, my nephew would love these!

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  12. Glad you put the dark chocolate in. Keeping my fingers crossed for your sale.

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  13. Fun project! Good luck on the house hunt!

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  14. Cute! Love the chocolate break :)

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