Excuse the long absence, it has been quite the winter! We were on the road for the holidays and then had I had a little mishap on the ice while shoveling snow. It concluded with my left arm in a cast and a minor surgery to hold the bones together. Not exactly how I envisioned starting 2016. What I had envisioned, though, was more cute, easy projects like this... so let's get this fun started and pretend that ice doesn't exist. At least for a few minutes.
I found these two cute little tins at a thrift store and knew they'd make the perfect doll accessory. So, let me show you how I turned them into vintage looking travel cases. You're going to love this project because it's super easy to make!
- Sticky backed felt
- Vintage travel fabric (I found this fabric at Hobby Lobby.)
- Embroidery thread
- Lay the sticky felt on top of the tin. With a pen or marker, trace the edge of the tin onto the paper side of the felt. Cut out the felt along the inside of the traced line. You'll need two pieces of felt, one for each side of the tin.
- Cut out images from the vintage travel fabric leaving a little edge and pin them onto the felt.
- Hand sew the fabric cut outs onto the felt using embroidery floss.
- Pull off the paper from the felt and press the felt onto one side of the tin. Now press the other piece of felt onto the opposite side of the tin.
That's it! Your doll sized travel case is ready for traveling.
Where will your doll go with her new travel case? Hopefully no where snowy or icy. Happy travels! xoxo Grandma
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