Last Updated on September 23, 2020 by Ellen Christian
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I found this project in Heart-Felt Holidays: 40 Festive Felt Projects to Celebrate the Seasons. It’s a quick simple craft that you can make or have an older child make with supervision using a needle. You can literally use this basic idea and change it up using different colors and shapes of felt with different embellishments. I used two rectangular pieces of white felt and a small rectangular piece of pink felt. I added a strip of ribbon at the top and then stitched it almost completely closed using a running back stitch. Before sewing it completely closed, I stuffed it with dried lavender. Then I sewed it shut and used a rolling back stitch to stitch the word *Mom* on the front of the pink rectangle.
When you’re done, this lavender tea bag sachet can be added to your pajama drawer or your linen closet. Drift off to sleep peacefully.
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