I have a new found interest in the crafting world...baby designs! There are lots of new babies in my life and I have LOVED designing onesies, headbands, toys, etc. for each and every one of them.
I have decided to promote this interest to you all and see what happens.
Sweet P Baby Portfolio is open for designing custom baby items for others.
Why the name Sweet P?
The name Sweet P comes from the name my parents used to call me when I was little along with my precious Sweet Pea baby doll I carried around with me for many years.
Sweet P Baby portfolio
Flannel burp cloths are made with cotton fabric on the front side and flannel on the back. They measure 8X16" with a 1/4" seam allowance around all sides. They come in sets of three.
This crate is perfect for any baby room as storage for toys, blankets, animals, books, etc. The crate would include the baby's name and any side decor - this one I included fun zoo animals on the sides. The decor is painted in white and outlined in black to stand out against the stained crate. Crates are carefully sanded before painting and decorating.
Inside are a couple pieces of tissue that crinkle when you grab on the toy. The front is a seersucker fabric and the back is blue fleece.
6 ribbons surround the edge of this 7X7" square. The fabric is blue cotton flannel and the inside is stuffed with fleece fabric to give it a little dimension and extra softness.
I made this train for my little cousin for Christmas. Each car is numbered and in a different color so he can learn his numbers and colors. They all attach to each other with velcro. The BIG windows contain pictures of his family made possible by handmade picture slots.
The cars are made from felt and the bottom and wheels are stuffed with poly-fil. The numbers are painted with acrylic paint. The windows consist of plastic vinyl.
This shop is to take YOUR ideas and make them a REALITY!
Pick your colors, design, phrases, and I will do the work!
Interested in discussing a custom design?
please email me at
**pricing will be determined during designing discussion**