Monday, July 14, 2014

On the Go Diaper Pouch - No Sew


Last week I bought a few new crib sheets for Ty and Davis at Target. The sheets came in a fabric pouch, and I thought of a perfect way to reuse them for my needs.

I turned them into on the go diaper pouches. Each pouch fits two diapers, a small ziploc bag of wipes and a few diaper trash bags easily. 


Last year I made several fabric rosettes while I was in my continuing education for real estate. Yes, I was in class when I made them. They do not mind what you do as long as you are looking at the instructor and paying attention. I found out that I could easily make these without even looking at the rosettes themselves. I glued a few of them on the top flap. I made a few more pouches and placed them in various purses of mine.  It is a lot easier to take these on a quick trip to the store than a giant diaper bag.

I realize that these maybe be easy to make if you are someone who can sew. Since I am not one of these people this is a great substitute. 


Thanks for stopping by and enjoy your week!  I am hoping to stop by my friend Sharon's tag sale for Elizabeth & Co. I'm so lucky it is just a few minutes up the road. 

9 comments:

  1. LOVE. What a great way to reuse something you already had on hand. I'm impressed with your multi-tasking skills with the rosette AND the mind you have for brilliant repurposing!

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  2. What a perfect little on-the-go diaper bag! I love the rosettes. I didn't know you were taking real estate classes - you are a busy girl! And thank you for mentioning the tag sale this week! Can't wait to see you!

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  3. Oh Megan, you know I'm one of those people who can't sew, so a project like this is right up my alley. Obviously, I don't need a diaper pouch, but I can think of several uses for a little pouch like this. Very nice project and I'm saving those pouches from now on!

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  4. that is so cute and no sew go you. I want to go to any class where i can make flowers LOL

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  5. I LOVE it! Such a cute idea, and the flowers really make it complete :) Fashionable & functional!!

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  6. Super cute and very functional. Great way to use something you already had.

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  7. Adorable! I <3 your fabric and flowers:) Pinned

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  8. So pretty!! I had recycled my fabric pouch with fabric flowers also. Yours is much cuter :)

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