Some of the tasks are easy. Some are challenging for a two-year-old, but the idea was for her to learn and for it to be of interest for more than just the present. The design is all my own and I limited it to things that open and close.
Even the cover has a closure—big wooden bead/toggle thingy and an elastic loop.
This first page is one I would do differently. The decorative stitching is messy. The varying thickness of the edge, plus the sewn-in zipper made it really difficult to stitch neatly.
Eyelet lacing and bow tying. I'm sure it will be awhile before she can do this.
Big snap. The heart comes out of the little purse, but is permanantly attached with a piece of cord.
Button. The star resides in the pocket.
My sewing machine can be programmed to make words. This is the first time I've ever used that function.