Carolyn Beam


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On the Dot Pencil Case Using the GO! Me

Jan 9, 2019 8:30:00 AM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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Hi, it's Carolyn Beam with another cute kid-friendly project using the GO! Me. This pencil case can also be used to hold all sorts of little treasures. This case was made using upcycled blue jeans but could also be made with felt, quilted fabric or even using an upcycled wool sweater that has been felted—lots of options!

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Cute Cows Pillowcase Using the GO! Me

Jan 1, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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Hi, it's Carolyn Beam back with another fun project using the GO! Me. This family-friendly pillowcase is easy to sew and can be embellished using animals created with the GO! Me.

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Trendy Notebook Cover Using the GO! Me

Dec 18, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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 Hi, it's Carolyn Beam. I'm excited to share this stylish notebook cover that I made using the GO! Me. Clever arrangements of the shapes from the GO! Me Owl 55333 and GO! Me Owl Accessories 55675 (included with the GO! Me) create fun flowers to decorate the cover.

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Make a Koala Cinch Bag with the GO! Me

Dec 8, 2018 8:30:00 AM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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 Hi, it's Carolyn Beam. What child wouldn't be excited to use a cute cinch bag, like the Koala Cinch Bag, that they can help decorate using the GO! Me. It's great to use for a sleepover, trip to the pool, on a picnic lunch or for lots of other uses.

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Quick and Easy Hair Accessories using the GO! Me

Nov 28, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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Hi, it's Carolyn Beam. What little girl doesn't like to add a cute barrette or hair tie to her hair? With the GO! Me, girls can make adorable barrettes or hair ties to match their outfits and to give to their friends. They're fun to make and work up quickly with the GO! Me!

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Make a Friendly Stuffed Owl with the GO! Me

Nov 21, 2018 2:00:00 PM / by Carolyn Beam posted in GO! Me Project Tutorials

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Hi, it's Carolyn Beam. I'm excited to share What a Hoot!—this 3D owl that I made with my grandson using the GO! Me. Parker and I love to make crafts, so I'm always on the lookout for family-friendly crafts we can make together. One thing that makes What a Hoot! so much fun for kids is that they can personalize their owls however they want—add fun details like a heart or flower or change the owl's expression just by changing the position of the eyes.

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