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Little Boy Pee Shields

I just found out that one of my very good friends is going to have a little boy, so I have started putting together a little package to send to her and I wanted something a little fun in it. A few months back I was talking with some older ladies at my church and one of them mentioned how she always buys anybody who is having a boy some  pee pee teepees. Well, I thought they sound like they were a hoot and put it on my list of things to make someday.  Well now I have a reason to make some little pee shields and you can make them too!
 First you need some fabric and an old cd to help make your circles. Then go and make a bunch of circles. You will need two circles per shield. Make the inside circle fabric an absorbent one!
 Next cut out a 1/4 piece in each of the circles so you have a Pac-Man...nom nom nom
Then sew around the outside.  You can sew one side of the triangle part before turning inside out. I tried it both ways and it really didn't make a difference.
Then turn inside out and sew the two triangle sides together so the close.

And then it's done!
My baby girl was having fun with them even though they are sooooooo not for her!  =)

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