baby block tutorial. easy enough to find a plastic bag that makes the right kind of noise for what you're going for (usually thicker plastic works better) and then just add that to the back of one (or more) of your little squares. i make flat crinkle toys for relatives and incorporate crinkly portions to various items i make for my own family and the thicker plastic works pretty well!
To make these onesies we used HeatNBond Strongest no-sew iron on adhesive. This worked like glue. We ironed a square, a little bigger then our pattern, directly onto the fabric. Then we drew on the paper our cute patterns, cut the pattern out, peeled off the paper, and ironed it onto the onesies. SUPER EASY!!
Fabric Folded Tree Ornament | This cute little tree ornament is another no-brainer! If you're looking for a quick, no-sew ornament to make in just a few minutes... this is it! Use one, two, or three coordinating fabrics to make a whole bunch of these cuties!