Bumble Bee's Craft Den

I enjoy crafting and like to try my hand at different things. If there is anything that you see on here that you would like made, please feel free to contact me bumblebeescraftden@gmail.com or by going to my page on Facebook www.facebook.com/bumblebeescraftden. You can post on the wall or send me a message there. I appreciate any comments that people leave so please feel free to comment!!!

Friday, 12 November 2010

Finished Flannel Reindeer with tag

I wanted to make a tag for my flannel reindeers to make them look more finished.  I searched everywhere for a poem and was kindly provided with one by Kay over on MSE so many thanks for that!

Here is what the finished reindeers looks like now


You can find my tutorial here
You can find my reindeer poems here to go on the tags.
****Updated****

Ok just to answer a question regarding the cloth used:

To the lady that pointed out that it isn't flannel fabric but terry towelling - I'm in the UK we call the cloth a flannel and it doesn't refer to the fabric which is indeed towelling.  A flannel in the UK is a cloth that you wash with!!

*** Update - Thank you to those of you that have taken the time to comment, it means alot to me.  I've had some lovely comments and a couple of strange ones - I've ignored the strange ones as those people were just weirdo's!!!!  Thank you also to people that are following my blog and to those of you that have headed over to Facebook and liked my page Bumble Bee's Craft Den.

FYI this post has been viewed more than 94,000 times, I am flabbergasted!!!!!!!!


**12 Oct 2013** - this year's Flannel Reindeers can be seen here!!






93 comments:

  1. That looks soooo cute. I really like the tag that you have added, it says it all so that people won't keep asking what's inside it ;0) x

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  2. Love the tag, it really does takeaway the "homemade" aspect and turns it into "handmade". Great idea hun. x

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  3. Thats great, I love the ears/antlers!

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  4. Love this idea, so cute for a Christmas gift. I am posting this on my blog and linking back to yours:)
    Sarah @ www.spirituallythinking.blogspot.com

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  5. Tried to make this but couldn't figure out how to tie the wash cloth around the bar of soap I bought :( very cute!

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  6. This is very cute! Did you hot glue the eyes and nose onto the washcloth? I would love to see a tutorial!

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  7. When I was in Elementary School, I did this as a craft/present for my parents! No 19 years later, I'm having my students do this for their parents! :)

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  8. Very cute! Agree with Vicki about a tutorial. Some of us are visual learners.

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  9. I couldn't help but notice that the reindeer looks like it's made of a terry cloth washcloth, not flannel. I also think a tutorial would be fabulous.

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  10. Sooooo cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. hi just seen your blog on pinerest love it thank you

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  12. Hi, I just saw the reindeer with soap. I think I'll adapt, leave off antlers, and make it an Easter bunny for Easter. :)
    Love your blog. :) Keep crafting. j.

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  13. Super cute idea! Found it on Pinterest :)

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  14. It is so cute! I also found it on Pinterest! Do you have a tutorial for the reindeer yet? Love the site!
    Mary

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  15. Love this idea...packaging makes the simplest gift so special! Thanks for this great idea x PS Also found this via Pinterest

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  16. How cute! Would really love to know how to make them! (:

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  17. HI...found you through pinterest it's JUne of 2012 and I still don't see intructions or even the poem....I'm sure I could figure out how to make it myself...but I would like to see the poem. Thanks

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    1. Click on the picture and you can read the poem - or make one of your own1 Be creative - add your own flair! I am pretty sure I can wrap a bar of soap, glue some eyes on and add antler pipe cleaners! Give it whirl!

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    2. What a cute idea, found you on Pinterest too.

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  18. I love this. Thanks for the inspiration! I found you through pinterest ... I browse the pins for inspiration, if I ever manage to replicate it, I will let you know.

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  19. Thanks so sweet I'm going to make right now six moths early cool

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  20. Cute as a button! Going to try it this Christmas for friends. Thanks for sharing.

    Linda

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  21. So darn cute!!! Love it!!! :)

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  22. Thanks for sharing this cute idea......

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  23. I have seen "boo-boo" bunnies, but never a reindeer. This is very cute! Thanks for sharing! from Texas

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  24. I have seen the "boo boo" bunny before, but not this reindeer. So cute!!! Thanks for sharing! from Texas.

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  25. Oh I love this idea for teacher gifts!
    Thanks so much for sharing. :)
    *found you on pinterest*

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  26. thank you for sharing this idea, taced

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  27. This is very cute! Thank you for posting it! I was sorry to read that people have been rude to you about this posting and I hope you don't take it personally--although that can be very hard at times.

    Best wishes from a new follower!

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  28. This is adorable - getting my Christmas DIY list ready to go, 4 months early but we're moving in about 3 weeks - just getting everything in order. The kids don't know it yet, but its going to be rather a smaller Christmas this year, as money is tighter but we're all going to be together and that's the meaning of the holidays, right? I'm sure I can figure out how to do this on my own.. Thank you again for spending the time to post it to begin with. Hope you're having a lovely summer. Sure is hot here in the States. :) Take care.

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  29. Love the idea. Very cute an fast.

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  30. Cute idea! Thanks for inspiring me.

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  31. Thank you for sharing your wonderful crafts! Inspiring!!!

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  32. Thanks for sharing this cute idea on your blog...I found it on pinterest and I stocked up on some goodies from bath and body works last season to include in them. I can't wait to give these! It'll be a much more creative way to give the bath items than usual!

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  33. Very cute. I will be making these this year for sure. Oh and the silly person, they can click on the picture for the poem.

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  34. What a fun idea! Thank you for sharing it.

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  35. I came across this idea and think it is just too cute..what a creative mind you have.Thanks so much for posting a pic. It's people like you that make me look like I know what I am doing!!!

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  36. I Love this....What have you written on the tag please?

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  37. Ohhh that's brilliant! Thanks from Down Under xx

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  38. LOVE this idea... (and thought everyone knew that the UK calls them flannels---so much nicer than "washcloth"). Guess that reader never listened to Sting.

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  39. Hey

    I just found your blog via Pinterest. I love this idea - and I like how you're a MSE too :)

    Keep up the good work

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  40. Hey

    I just found your blog via Pinterest. I love this idea - and I like how you're a MSE too :)

    Keep up the good work

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  41. So cute, thank you for posting. I see extra gifts for under the tree. And teacher gifts.

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  42. Loved your blog, so many lovely things

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  43. What a fun idea. Thanks for posting this!! Can't wait to try it out.
    -your Canadian fan

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  44. Super cute!! Thanks for the idea!

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  45. These are so cute. I'm putting this on my list to make. Thank you for sharing!

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  46. Adorable, found you on Pinterest, must try this. So cute!

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  47. I found you on Pinterest too! Thanks for the idea! I'm thinking of making these for Christmas gifts! :)

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  48. Found this on Pinterest too. It is a very cute gift idea.

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  49. this is so great I work with people in a nursing home and do crafts. they are so ready to do this I made one and it is so easy for them cant wait.. thank you such a cute idea

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  50. Very nice...I hope to make these this year for Christmas

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  51. love it such a cute idea :) really like your blog

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  52. I didn't even click off the site before I had to get a wash cloth and bar of soap to try - - so cute and easy - thanks.

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  53. Very cute project! Thank you for sharing!

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  54. Very cute project! Thank you for sharing!

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  55. You are so creative! Thank you for sharing this, I will try to make these for Christmas this year.
    Thanks again from New Orleans, Louisiana

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  56. so adorable. you are so talented. Thanks for sharing

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  57. so adorable. you are so talented. Thanks for sharing

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  58. This is a perfect opportunity to try my hand at making some homemade soap bars! Thanks for the inspiration. :)

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  59. I love these! They will be so cute to make for my nieces!

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  60. A comment from Belgium : So nice ! In Dutch : Super mooi !!! xx

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  61. Hi lovely lady.
    Thinks so much for the inspiration with all your great Ideas. Im your newest follower on your blog now. I hope you come over and see my Tablescapes on my blog. I also hope you have a wonderful weedend with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  62. My Goodness aren't you creative. I think I'll try to make something like this for my mom for Christmas. Cool ideas.

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  63. Thanks for this cute idea. I'm going to wrap small bags of bath salts and include a verse from Twas the Night Before Christmas.

    To the top of the porch! To the top of the wall!
    Now dash away! Dash away! Dash away all!
    May all your troubles and worries, aches and pains
    BE DASHED AWAY!




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  64. As always first class Quality, thanks for sharing
    what another fab idea :)

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  65. Hello I love those reindeer flannel clohes but when I tried the link to get to them It didn't direct. Next year is our home made Christmas so Iam looking for ideas now. I love your page.

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  66. love these! i made a few for my family and they went down a storm - thanks so much - pics here http://abimakes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/washcloth-reindeer.html

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  67. This is an original idea for me. I admire your creativity. It'll make a great gift. My daughters and I make seaglass, shell, and upcycled jewerely. Keeps us pretty busy. I shared this craft with our craft moms on CafeMom - Holiday and Party Crafts - with a link back to your blog for the tutorial. Thank you som much for sharing! ~Yolanda~

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  68. A darling project! I pinned it to my Craft board on Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/pin/223209725254341195/)along with a note that it would be adaptable as a bunny stuffed with jelly beans for Easter, too. Very cute. Thanks for the detailed posts!

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  69. I just saw this on Pinterest, such a cute idea, thanks for the tutorial

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  70. Love your Reindeer, will make a great Teachers gift. Thanks for sharing.

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  71. This is such a super cute idea. I had to share on my Etsy fanpage. www.facebook.com/eljahb.
    I also invite you to visit my shop. www.eljahb.etsy.com

    I love sharing ideas from creative bloggers! You all bring so much warmth and thoughtfulness to gift giving. Thank you!!

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  72. This is a super cute idea...thank you for sharing!!!

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  73. Very fun...easy and cost effective! Thanks for sharing!

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  74. Great idea for a kid to make as a gift!

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  75. Definitely doing these for a kid's craft party this Christmas. Very cute.

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