Saturday, November 22, 2014

Minion Quiet Book Page {Free Printable Pattern}

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Finally, a new quiet book page! This dress up Minion quiet book page has been sitting on my craft desk for months. Only recently have I been able to find the time to actually sew it. And I must say, it's my favorite quiet book page to date.

Minion dress up quiet book page with free printable pattern from And Next Comes L

This Minion quiet book pattern comes with what you see below. The eyes and the mouth can be removed, so if the kids feel like making a two-eyed or an one-eyed minion, then they can. 

Close up of Minion quiet book page - comes with a free printable pattern from And Next Comes L

I machine sewed everything for this quiet book page, except for a few hand sewn details. However, it could easily be made using a hot glue gun. Actually, to tell you the truth, a hot glue gun would have been a better option than sewing for assembling the eyes and the mouth. I hate machine sewing little details. It's so tricky!

As a fun add on, I have created one accessories pack for this quiet book page. It includes a banana, an apple, a Santa hat to celebrate Christmas, an Elvis wig, and a mustache to help celebrate Movember.

Accessories pack for dress up minion quiet book page {free printable pattern} from And Next Comes L

Once you make the accessories, then you can make cool one-eyed Elvis minions that like bananas...

Dress up minion quiet book page {free printable pattern} from And Next Comes L

Or a completely silly Santa Minion who sports a wicked mustache for Movember.

Close up of dress up Minion quiet book page - comes with a free printable pattern from And Next Comes L

There is a free printable pattern for both the main quiet book page and the accessories pack. 



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Minion dress up quiet book page with free printable pattern from And Next Comes L

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12 comments:

  1. So cute, Dyan! What an awesome pattern!

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  2. I loved it! I am a great fan of minion.this is a wonderful craft. Thanks

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  3. The link to the Minion doesn't work. Accessories is fine though. Please fix.

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    1. Both of the links worked for me just now. Please try again. :)

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    2. Thanks! It started working again a few hours ago.

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    3. Just happy you were able to get a copy of it!

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  4. Hello from Hungary, we loved the Minions. My daughter loves it thanx for sharing!

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  5. Do you always use felt for the pages? When I first started thinking about making these books, I thought of using my zillions of cotton scraps, for the back grounds. Am I going down the wrong path?

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    1. I have always used felt, but cotton scraps would work wonderful too. So no, you are not going down the wrong path.

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