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If you’re a child of the 70s, you may remem­ber learn­ing to sew using the old chip­board cut-outs. Here’s an updated ver­sion using free print­a­bles with fun illus­tra­tions and super cute hairstyles. Simply stitch them up and stick them up for super fun wall decor. Have fun and let me know how it goes!

Mate­ri­als

• 8.5 in. x 11 in. card stock paper (white or cream)
• Blunt nee­dle
• Scis­sors
• Embroi­dery thread
• Print­able sewing card tem­plates (down­load here:

Betty

Hazel

Ida

Seymour

And start DIY ^_^

Instruc­tions

Print the tem­plate of your choice using the 8.5 in. x 11 in. cream or white card stock paper. I went with cream card stock with a lit­tle texture.

Cut out the tem­plate cards along the dot­ted line. Fin­ished cards will be 5 in. x 7 in.

Take the blunt nee­dle and care­fully punch the white dots in each hair-do. Choose your embroi­dery thread–I went with con­trast­ing col­ors so the thread would pop over the illustrations.

Thread your nee­dle and start sewing!

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