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soccer key chains

Hello!  Thanks everyone for your positive comments!  I guess as long as the kids are happy with their Valentine's Day treats then it's all good.  I've already got something in mind for Easter so can't wait to get started on that. 

Today I wanted to share some key chains I put together for a couple of girls' soccer teams.   I made 17 key chains in total.     

I found this cute ribbon on Etsy and the mom who ordered these key chains loved the ribbon too.  Plus the team color is pink so I think it was a good fit.  Each piece of ribbon is sewed onto some black webbing.  I think I'm getting faster at sewing these!  Yay for practice!  I have some secrets in making these too now that I've made a few, like close to a 100.  So I think these are my best made key chains yet. 

Also made these little soccer hair ties as a small thank you too.  I found the soccer ball pieces on Etsy.  I don't think I say it enough, but I love Etsy!  I literally spend hours just searching various stores.  There is so much to look at!  Each shop is different but I find that in general, shipping is so much faster from these smaller shops than larger craft stores. 

BTW, did you see the new Sister Stamps banner on my sidebar?  Cute, right?  I'll let you know that I've already made my projects for the new upcoming release.  Can't wait to share them in a few weeks!  This list making stuff really works for me in getting stuff done.  Tomorrow, I'm onto a different project.

Thanks so much for stopping by!



Comments

Rachel Parys said…
Ok, now you're just making the rest of us soccer moms look bad!!! LMAO! These are fantastic!! Maybe I should attempt a little something like this for Maddie's team!!??
Wow you are super talented, and I'm sure they would hot sellers too. Soccer is a big thing here too!
Holy cow Eva, you are the master of creativity. These are super dang CUTE!!!!! LOVE 'EM!!! Can't wait to see your Easter project.
Leanne said…
Ohhh!!!! these are awesome!! I know a few girls who'd love them too. The matching hair ties are also adorable! I stay away from Etsy, else I'll spend all my money there. lol!

Looking fwd to your Easter projects, I'm sure we'll be blown away again. ^.^
Awww, I'm so excited for the new SS release!! Can't wait!!
Cheryl said…
Yay, you have a customer!!! Congrats! That's a lot of keychains you have made! Cute ribbon and ponytails!
Denice said…
These keychains are adorable.
Customers?!! You go girl!
Keep calm and sew on!
Lynn said…
Terrific team gifts! You really are so crafty. I can't wait to see your SS projects.

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