Vintage-Style Card Bowls Are So Easy To Make |
A Great Project for Scraps!
Remember vintage card bowls? Now you can make them with fabric. They’re super easy to construct and a great project to enjoy with the kids.
The bowls make wonderful gifts (filled with goodies) and can be put to good use all around the house. Give them any look you want just by changing the fabric.
Showcase a special print in the bottom and make each side different – or all the same. Instructions are included for three sizes, so they stack when not in use.
Bowl by Lucy from Charm About You.
Fabric is attached to cardstock with Mod Podge. Then, hand stitch the pieces together with embroidery floss.
This fun pattern, for bowls in three sizes, comes from Go-Go Kim. Learn more about the bowls here.
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