DIY Fabric Wet Wipe Case

By Monday, December 03, 2012


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Supplies:
Plastic Wet Wipe case, there are several different styles I’ve seen but mine is a Huggies brand
Cotton Batting
Ribbon for the edges
Scissors or X-acto Knife
Hot Glue Gun
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Roughly cut fabric out, large enough to fold over the wet wipe case edges. You can trim the excess later.
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Glue the cotton batting down, beginning at the front and working around to the back. Be careful to not glue inside the area where the lids close together. After gluing trim the excess using scissors or X-actio whichever works best for you.
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Glue your top layer over the batting. Following the same procedure as when you applied the batting. I used a clip to keep my fabric in the right position while gluing.
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Trim excess fabric. It doesn’t have to look perfect since the ribbon will cover the edges.
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Glue your ribbon starting at the back.
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When you reach the opposite side, make a U-turn and proceed to cover the other lid.
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After you cover both lids, clip your ribbon and glue down the end.
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