Hello Little Page Turners! I am so EXCITED to be blog swapping with Christianne today! Isn't Christianne BRILLIANT when it comes to reading books and making crafts!?!?
Let me introduce myself! I am Fawnda from Fireflies and Jellybeans a little DIY blog with lots of fun crafty projects to try! Today I have a special project just for you!
We are having a homemade Christmas at my house this year! It has been fun and challenging to make cute things for my son. There are TONS of girly toys tutorials out there to make but boy toys tutorials are few and far between. I hope to add one!
A Car Roll - it is the same idea as a crayon roll but for toy cars.
1. Iron your fabric. Pick out which one you want to be the pocket, fold it in half and iron across the crease.
Here is what you will need:
3 - 13.5 X 7 inch rectangles of fabric. I used denim from a pair of old jeans, black flannel (for the road), and a car flannel
ribbon (yellow works great to be part of the road)
Sewing machine (with other sewing tools: scissors, thread, etc..)
Optional: Fusible fleece
2.) Optional: I also ironed on the fusible Fleece to the top of the back side of the black flannel. This was to give the "road" a little more stability and cushion.
Here is what the back looks like:
Put some cars in it and roll it up and tie it!
Thanks Christianne for letting me invade your blog today! It was really fun!
Thanks for sharing your talent with us Fawnda!