One of the commonly used craft supplies is felt. Besides being budget-friendly, the fabric also comes in various colors and is easy to work with; either using stitches or hot glue. If you ever wonder what you can do with the fabric except those home decorations, then you can take a look at these functional DIY felt projects your kids will love.
The crafts will be what you or your kids can use in everyday life. These DIY felt projects include some basic sewing job just so they remain firm. Do not worry if you don’t have the sewing machine, because you can still recreate these stuff using basic method of hand sewing for felt crafts.
DIY Felt Projects: Piggy Banks
Firstly, this coin holder is what you can make of the fabric. You’ll need to cut out two identical shapes, with one of them has the slit for the coin to slip into, and then sew the edge. It doesn’t have to be in the shape of pig, anyway.
Fancy Pencil Roll
If your kid keeps messing up with their drawing tools, then this roll case will be a perfect craft to make. It’s super easy to make; you’ll only have to fold the lower half part of the fabric, and sew the lines in the width a pencil can fit in. Now the children won’t have to pour all their markers and coloring pencils from the zip case anymore.
Do not want to damage your favorite book by folding the pages as bookmarks? These cute corner bookmarks are so helpful. Just cut out the pattern you like, sew the corner, and then decorate it.
You know how stressful it is to see the tangled cables; therefore you’ll need some cable holders. You can also use Velcro tape as the alternate to the metal buttons. You can either get creative with the shapes and characters or make the basic plain one.
Pocket Tissue Holder
For the last, you can also use the felt to make this handy tissue holder. You will only have to fold both sides of the rectangular fabric, and sew the upper and lower part so the slit can stay. Finally, decorate it with pretty cut outs as you like.
Tell us which one’s your most favorite!