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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

D.I.Y. boutique wipes case tutorial

lately, my crafting time is either very limited or totally non-existant... which makes sewing anything completely out of the question. but giving up crafting cold turkey is definitely not an option. so, i've had to to devise some crafts that i can do standing up, holding a baby, in a very short time period. luckily, you can never have too many fancy-nancy boutique style wipes case - especially if you don't have to pay the fancy-nancy boutique style prices...

D.I.Y. boutique wipes case tutorial
supplies needed: one travel wipes case, some batting, a fabric scrap, mod podge & sponge brush, trim and hot glue.
time needed: 1/2 hour
crafting expertise: beginner... if you can wield a glue gun, you're good to go.

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20 comments:

Mom Taxi Julie said...

Very cute, I should make one of these for my sister in law's baby shower, I bet it would be a hit!

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

So perfect Kelly! Love the tutorial it is really easy to understand!

Hope you and your little family are doing well!

Robin~♥

Angry Julie Monday said...

Look at you, Ms. Crafty!

Great tutorial!

Fifi Flowers said...

That is a GREAT tutorial... no need for one of those these days... not to say teens aren't messy... not sure I would have patience to make... hmmmm

Karen S. Meyer said...

how fun! Good job!

Love ya, Karen

Shannon said...

maybe even I can do that! o ya... I don't have a baby! Maybe for a gift! :)

Rose said...

I've seen a couple tutorials for this, but yours is much more detailed. Nice!

::Sylvia:: said...

Love this idea! I was just cringing at my wipes case recently so perfect timing!!

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www.chasingcheerios.com!!

jen said...

okay, this looks simple enough for me to do. thanks for the tutorial! hope you're doing well!

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

What a neat idea! Even though my kids are way past diapers, I use baby wipes when working with polymer clay, to keep my hands and tools clean. What a classy and fun way to store them!

marta said...

super cute, kel. would love to make one of these. thanks for the how-to.

marta said...

super cute, kel. would love to make one of these. thanks for the how-to.

Heather - CROQZine.com - Dollarstorecrafts.com said...

Thanks for the awesome tutorial! I'll be posting it next week on Dollar Store Crafts.

Ancarol said...

Mmmmm, This`s big case for handmade !! i love it : )

DIY Bag Lover said...

Hi there!

i have link ur wonderful tutorial in http://diybaglover.blogspot.com/.

Hope u dont mind =)

jennifer said...

what a great, easy- to-follow tutorial! thanks!

Lori said...

Just made this...so easy! Instructions were great. A tip, be sure to glue the edging on w/the case open. I almost glued it shut!

Also, you'll need about a yard of edging per case. I don't think that was mentioned in the supplies.

Thanks!

Rowanmayfairs said...

Thank you !! I plan on trying this tonite.

I have some fabric scraps I need to use up !

Sammers said...

I did this last night! It rocks! I'm making one for all of my mom friends for Christmas! Woo Hoo!!!!! Thanks so much!

Jessica Moore said...

I just did this with pink and brown damask and put a rhinestone center on it with boutique ribbon - so cute! Thanks!