31 January 2013

DIY Felt Case


I made this little case for my FlipShare video camera using Martha Stewart's Felt Case DIYIt was super easy once I embraced my crooked stitching. I did add a little x to the outer top corners for reinforcement. I love it and totally recommend this DIY for any small device.

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  1. I love it! If you made it the right size, it would work for business cards too.

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  2. Lovely job, Juju! I may have to make one of these myself.

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  3. Quite cute...you could use this idea and make a cover for anything...even an IPad or ereader...

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  4. OH I love it! I agree this would be great for business cards. I also would love it for my ipod. Normally I just throw it in my bag and it's really scratched.

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  5. This is really really DARLING!!!! you = so clever!!! I love the black color :)

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  6. That is so cute! I agree with Patty - perfect for any device. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. How precious! I love the colors you picked! I think I might have to make this, Martha does have some pretty great DIY patterns!

    Thanks Juju! Can't wait to see more of your DIYs! :)

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    1. Thank you sugar :)
      I liked seeing yours too!

      She sure does. I did this without a pattern but I never would have attempted it without her idea and guidance.

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  8. I love it. I could use one for both my flip cam and my ipod.

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  9. So cute! Well done! Unfortunately, I'm rubbish with needles and stitches. :)

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  10. It's so cute!! You should sell them in an Etsy shop!

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  11. Oh my, how precious! I love the flower embellishment.

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  12. Cute! I love working with felt--it's so cozy. And so forgiving, hah. Are you going to do a bookcover next?!

    Wendy @ The Midnight Garden

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  13. Simple and cute! Love the little flower embellishment!

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    1. Thank you M., Carrie, Belle, Courtney, Midnight, Lily, and Jade :)

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  15. That is super cute! I wish I could stitch :) I am really good with yarn but thread is the death of me LOL

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    1. That blanket you made was soooo cool. I need to learn to work yarn.

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  16. How cute! I look at cute stuff like that, but my attempts never turn out even close. The crafting gene was not given to me. Great job! :)

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  17. What a fantastic little case! Great job, Juju!

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  18. I *think* I could do that. I would have to embrace my crooked stitching as well :-)

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  19. How totally cute!! I would really have to be happy with crooked stiches though!!

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  20. Super cute! I wish I could make stuff like that!^^

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    1. Jessica, Karen, Melissa, Julie, and Jillian: Thank you ladies :) I kinda think/hope the crooked stitches make it look whimsical. :)

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  22. Hi, doll!
    I love this post- it is absolutely gorgeous, just like you! So creative :)

    I have redesigned my blog, and I’d love to hear what you think!
    Here is my latest post: The Map Necklace

    Xx,
    Summer from Passports & Prada

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    1. Thank you Summer!

      Your blog is sooooo pretty.

      Thank you for visiting.

      LOVE your blog btw

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  23. Ooh....me likee! ^_^ Yes, embrace the stitching..LOL...it's what makes it unique. ^_^

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  24. You did a great job! It's really cute. I love the flower.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  25. I love how it turned out and how you embraced it's uniqueness. I never make anything perfectly--and I embrace it as well. fun post.

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    1. Thank you. That means so much to me coming from such an amazing seamstress! :)

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  26. Oh man I am terrible at sewing. I cannot do it straight, whether by machine or by hand. But I love this. It's so cute and functional. I saw this post when you posted it btw I'm so behind on commenting!!

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    1. Awww no worries. Thank you for coming back to comment. That is really very sweet and thoughtful of you.

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  27. That is really cute! I am loving the vintage relaxed feel of things around here.

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  28. Look at you and your crafty self, Juju! Seriously, I love it and think I should try it myself :)

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