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Friday, September 28, 2007

Moses Basket



When Daddy and I had Sweetie, we were not too sure what our housing options were going to be at the time being. It is waaay too long of a story to get into.
Instead of choosing the regular bassinet, we choose to use a Moses Basket. It was one the best baby items that we purchased, because when Sweetie was born we took alot of trips, and it was so easy to keep it in the back of the car. When we made visits with people we always had a place for sweetie to sleep. When I moved from room to room, I always had a place to keep sweetie.
So when my sister-in-law was expecting their first baby, I thought that she may also enjoy having a Moses basket to carry her little guy in. But this time I decided it would be fun to make the lining to match her nursery decor.
I bought the basket at Wal-Mart.com, then used the lining that came with that basket to copy and make the lining for this basket. I think it turned out pretty cute, and it was lots of fun to make. :)
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7 comments:

Penless Thoughts said...

What a great idea. It turned out so cute.
Susan

ellen b said...

you did a wonderful job!!

Mrs. C said...

You did a great job! I've always thought you were quite a crafty lady. :)
Blessings,
Mrs. C

Kristy Jo said...

LOVE IT... wow after three, you would have thought i would have thought of something so smart!
If there is a 4 in our future (If God should bless us) i WILL have a moses basket! very nice!!!!!

Sharon said...

Very cute! Great idea to have baby so close by!

Your blog is very cute! Sharon

Amy ~ (Life's Small Treasures) said...

I always wanted one of these, they are so cute and very handy. You did a great job on the lining. Thanks for sharing!~Amy

Kelli said...

I love Moses Baskets! You did a wonderful job, it's beautiful!

Kelli