Felt Frog Tissue Holder
If like me, sniffles have arrived at your house this season, it's time to arm your little ones with the tools they need to be comfortable out in the world. This felt frog tissue holder is a fun and easy way to keep kids hopping back from a runny nose. Pop a friendly felt frog tissue holder in their backpack to keep them prepared. Be free to improvise on this felt frog tissue holder and come up with your own fuzzy friends.
I loved the idea of this because he reminds me of Kermit the Frog, an old family favorite. This DIY project is quick and easy and can be sewn by machine or hand in a matter of minutes. To save time on the eyes, feel free to hot glue the black eye pieces onto the white and glue those to the green base. Either way, have fun creating this sweet little tissue holder that will delight you little frogs.
Here's what you need to make your own felt frog tissue holder
- small tissue package
- green, white, black felt
- embroidery floss (pink, white and black) and needle
- pinking shears
- sewing machine OR needle and thread (green to match green felt)
Here's what you'll do to make your own felt frog tissue holder
Begin by measuring your green felt and cutting to size by wrapping around your tissue package.
Now thread your embroidery needle and stitch your frog's nose and mouth into place. Then cut your four eye pieces (2 black and 2 white) and stitch the black inner eye to the outer eye and stitch the entire piece to the green felt.
Fold the green felt over the tissue package to confirm size.
Take out tissue package and pin then sew.
Finish edges with pinking shears if desired.
Say goodbye to sad sniffles at least the froggy should raise the mood!
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