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Felt Mr. Potato Head was REMOVED

Unfortunately, I had to remove the Felt Mr. Potato Head tutorial from my blog. I was contacted by HASBRO, Inc. and was asked to remove the tutorial because it violated the copyright name and looked too similar to the original. Oops! I never even considered a copyright issue……..I was just having fun with felt! It was sure a fun project and I wish that I could still share the images and such but I apologized to HASBRO and informed them that I would no longer keep my post up on my blog. Kind of a bummer…….but I do understand and once it was brought to my attention, I didn’t hesitate to remove it. So again, sorry, but the tutorial is gone. I may create some other fun felt toy that is similarly fun, without crossing any lines…..but that will be in the future. (And sorry, this means I can’t send you any images of the long lost potato head. And if you have my images on your site, please remove them. Bummer!)

Ashley

 
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Comments

  1. Just Rhonda says:

    GENUIS!!!!! I am SOO making one of these!! I love it!

  2. Carole and Lee says:

    This is amazing! LOVE it!!

  3. Jess and Jen says:

    What a great idea! Awesome!

  4. Whatever Dee-Dee wants says:

    That is brilliant! I think my little boy needs one.

  5. Crafty Mamma says:

    That is so so so cute! I love it.

  6. Heather says:

    So cute! I think I'm going to try my hand at one of these for my 2 year old niece, and maybe stick one on the list for my 1 year old nephew for next Christmas!

  7. Jen~ Lipstick and Laundry says:

    This is SUPER cute! I love it…

  8. Rose says:

    The only way this could be any better was if you emailed me templates for the shapes!! (eh?? eh?!) lol. How creative, but I'm afraid my attempt may end up looking like mashed potatoes instead!

  9. Rachel D says:

    Aaah! I love, love, love this!

  10. Goings on at the Glenn's says:

    oh my goodness! SOSOOOOO cute! Such a great idea!

  11. Robin says:

    Love this- thanks for sharing, and thanks to your husband for the idea. Keeping my little ones quiet in church is always such a challenge. They just might be getting this for Christmas:)

  12. katevet says:

    great idea! thanks!

  13. Jamie says:

    I love this idea. This will be great for my little guy to play with during sacrament. Thanks for the idea!

  14. Lettie says:

    You seriously come up with the best ideas. I'm always so happy to see new posts rom you show up in my Goggle reader.
    I love it. Coincidentally enough, my boys busted out their Mr. Potato heads last night and today for like the second time since we got them over a year ago.
    I love the felt idea. So very, very creative! :)

  15. Chocolate on my Cranium says:

    Genius!

    I'm currently creating a post with handmade stocking stuffer ideas. I would love to add this to the list. May I please use a photo of your Mr. Potato Head on the post?

    Please let me know at chocolateonmycranium [at] live [dot] com

  16. bagfashionista says:

    i do have a silly question — what TYPE of felt does one use?? I've never used felt before, but i do see some that are sold by the yard—are those the best kinds? or do i use the craft kind? i don't want it to fall apart….

  17. Vanessa says:

    seriously! Oh my gosh! I can't believe how many wonderful things you come up with!!! This is a great one!!! Love it! This will be a Christmas gift for sure!

  18. Katie Bishop says:

    I am a pastor…and my daughter is the loudest of all in church. I am making this this weekend!!

  19. Jessica says:

    that is the cutest thing!

  20. leslie says:

    This is super cute!!! I only scrapbook but, it really makes me want to sew.

    craftedbylittleme.blogspot.com

  21. Mama says:

    I think that you should have this as a giveaway for those of us who are "sewing-challenged". ;o)

  22. Vicki says:

    BRILLIANT!!!

  23. Natalie says:

    How much would you charge to make one of these for us??

  24. Sarah says:

    this is the cutest idea ever!!!!!! I love it!!!! Seriously, fabulous! thanks for sharing all your great ideas!!!

  25. Lauren says:

    Why, oh why, do you keep posting these wonderful ideas?!? ;) One *MORE* thing to go on my craft project "to-do" list – this is so precious, and what a wonderful quiet toy for church!

  26. BluRayn says:

    Oh my goodness…that is just too adorable!!! At first I thought, well ya, it's cute, but no way *I* could make it! But you presented the tutorial in such an easy way that I said…HEY! *I* can do that!!! Thanks! I'm gonna make one of these for my 15 mo old son, 15 mos old friend's son AND 2 yr old nephew!

  27. bagfashionista says:

    that is so stinking cute!!

  28. Becky says:

    I need to make me one of those! And maybe i will let my daughter play with it too….

  29. Genevieve says:

    i am in love. i think i'll make one before church next week and then use it for all of our flights too! thanks

  30. Adam and Sarah says:

    genious!!

  31. Michele says:

    So stinkin' cute! You are one cool mom! I had to doodle in church. How boring!

  32. Amanda and Katie says:

    Awesome idea!! I am making one today!

  33. Candice@Made With Love says:

    Genius idea!!!

  34. Cindy says:

    Awesome idea!!!

  35. The Hardy Things in Life says:

    I LOVE IT!! I am going to make one tonight!! It will be great for out trip to Idaho!! Thanks Ashley!!

  36. Karin says:

    He looks so funny. Is Mr. Potato Head a well-known children's figure? Never heard of him. But the idea is great!

  37. Texas Gal says:

    Shut UP! He is soooo cute! I am just going to have to make this like now! I am in awe of how easy and yet totally adorable he is. Thanks for sharing !!!

  38. Sims Family says:

    That is so cute! Thanks to your hubby for the great idea, and thanks to you for teaching it!

  39. Jennie says:

    That is by far my most favorite post you have done! How cute and how clever! I have already told two of my friends they need to make them for their little kids!

  40. Kari @ Ucreate says:

    THIS HAS GOT TO BE ONE OF THE CUTEST TUTORIALS I HAVE EVER SEEN…and let me tell you I have seen a TON!

  41. The Lawlor's says:

    Brilliant! Thanks so much for posting this!

  42. mommynoodles says:

    That is so stink'in cute and clever.I think I will try to make one to leave in the car.Thanks for sharing w/ us.

    Natalie,

  43. brandy says:

    I LOVE THIS! We are LDS as well and with 3 kids…we end up with a huge tote for quiet activities at church! I think I will make this for my 14 month old daughter for Christmas. Thanks for the idea!

  44. Shiree says:

    Oh my. I love it. And oh so simple,too!

  45. sassypackrat says:

    This is such a great idea! I think I'll make one for my little nephew.

  46. Amy says:

    This is fabulous! Such a great church idea too!

  47. Favors With Love says:

    That's adorable!

  48. Jenny says:

    Why do you keep adding to the list of things I need to make my daughter for Christmas? :) I love this idea! Thanks!

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