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Puppy Park Travel Bag, by Kathy Frye.
It is so much fun to make cute little boy items! I used the adorable Puppy Park cotton fabric by Bella Blvd for this little accessory bag. It is the perfect bag to grab when a diaper bag is just to big! The variety of prints and colors are so playful, with the big dots, stripes and little puppies!
The back of the bag features more of those cute puppies, bones, dots and stripes!
This little bag has a clear window, making it easy not to forget all the necessities! There is even a little gusset in the bag bottom, so it holds lots of fun things.
I added a piece of the fabric selvage on the front of the bag!
Bella Blvd Puppy Park cotton fabrics by Riley Blake Fabrics; thread; quilt batting, clear vinyl, zipper
Fabric Car Seat Canopy, by Tiffany Hood.
I made this car seat canopy for someone special who's expecting a baby boy. They're a great thing to have to keep your baby safe from germs and the bright sun on his delicate new skin. The fabric is from Bella Blvd's Puppy Park line, and the buttons are also Bella Blvd.
The canopy is secured with velcro, and can be removed and used as a nursing cover if needed. The underside has another print that can be seen when the canopy is opened.
Patterns for these can be found free online. They typically take two yards of fabric, one for the inside and one for the outside, plus 10" of a third fabric for the straps. I also added a fourth print as trim for the edges. The corners were rounded by tracing a dinner plate and trimming with scissors.
Bella Blvd Puppy Park cotton fabrics by Riley Blake Fabrics; Button Market: Bursts; Velcro; Thread
Fabric Snack Bags, by Christine Ousley.
I just love coordinating fabrics and these from Puppy Park by Bella Blvd for Riley Blake work together so well to make this cute little baby gift. Carrying around snacks is a must for any Mom so, these little washable, reusable snack bags are so great to have. Their pretty cute too compared to plain sandwich bags.
The first one I made is smaller and has a little zipper on the top. You can find all kinds of tutorials on Pinterest to learn how to make them and even if sewing a zipper isn’t your favorite thing to do, the way that these are put together makes sewing a zipper almost fun!
The other bag is a little bigger and can be used for sandwiches, bigger snacks or just as a wet bag. This one has a flap that folds over at the top and velcro to hold it shut.
And lastly, what baby gift would be complete without a cute little card. These box cards are very popular right now. I cut this one on my Silhouette and used Bella Blvd’s new line, Tiny Tots to embellish it. These box cards actually fold flat for easy mailing.
Truly, there’s nothing better than a handmade gift, so get out your sewing machine and fabric and get started on a fun new project!
Bella Blvd Puppy Park fabrics by Riley Blake Fabrics; zipper; velcro; Tiny Tots collection