She had received a package of Lalaloopsy pencil toppers, and we put them to good use. She arranged everything and used chalk to draw a design.
Then, she stitched some yarn along the chalk lines.
For the next part, I made holes in the pencil toppers so that they could be sewn onto the purse. I dug around in my husband's tool box and found
I admit that part was really hard--and kind of dangerous--but I managed to finish all 3, unscathed. After my daughter had stitched her design, I sewed the pencil toppers into place and fashioned a little closure for the purse.
She has decided she wants a Lalaloopsy party for her birthday, so you'll be seeing more Lala posts soon!