Project Underpants... Teeny Bikinis

Today’s Project Underpants post comes to you today with a miles of smiles and millions of hugs! Well, actually… 857 hugs to be precise, cause that’s how many undie pledges we’re up to so far!! WOOHOOOOO! Gosh, what a heartwarming number, thank you all so much for your immense generosity. With another seven days to go… who knows, maybe we’ll break the 1000 mark!

Project Underpants Tally

Reminder… Each pair of underpants you donate to the Project Underpants campaign gets you one entry into the draw. New prizes will be released each week throughout September {winners drawn on 1 October, 2010}, plus the person or group who donates the most pairs will win a $150 shopping spree from our friends at Whimsy Child. For full campaign details, please click here.

Handmade Doll in Bikini by Little People Clothing

Our first prize today was handmade by our friend Caleena from Little People Clothing. She’s made entirely out of a pair of white cotton socks with woollen hair, hand embroidered face and hand crocheted knickers and slippers… She’s soft and stuffed and ready to be loved!

Vintage Doll Lavender Heat Pack from Vintage Chenille

Next up is a handmade lavender heat pack from the crafty Leah at Vintage Chenille. It features an adorable retro dolly print on super cosy vintage chenille fabric and is filled with rice and Australian grown lavender flowers.

Vintage Hand Knitted Bikini from Knit Baby

Our third prize today is one that really tickled my fancy. This vintage eeny teeny cotton knit bikini was hand knitted by our friend Elizabeth from Knit Baby. It’s from the Knit Baby Spring Summer 10 “Cool Cotton Collection”.

Handmade Hair Clip Holder from Quirky Kids

Last up today we have a hair clip holder, handmade by Nat from Quirky Kids. Constructed from an original hand drawn design, it’s handcut, sanded, painted, decoupaged, sealed and finished by hand.

Stay tuned next week for the final round of prizes! In the mean time…

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