First off, if you just came over from MADE, then welcome!
Celebrate the Boy has been so inspiring, and I’m excited to be a part of it today. Dana and Rae are incredible. I absolutely LOVE their blogs and how fun both of them are! I was beyond happy when Dana emailed me and said I could be a part of Celebrate the Boy.
My original money cuff was titled “The Lunch Money Cuff”. I made it so my son could stash his lunch money in it for school. It is the same idea as today’s tutorial, but it has a zipper.
So if zippers make you want to cry and you hate them or are just plain afraid to try one, then this version today is the one for you (but really, the zipper in that tutorial is really an easy way to put one in, so consider trying something new!).
-four 3” x 8.5” pieces fabric, mix and match how you please
-one 2.5” strip velcro
-one 4” strip velcro
-buttons or anything else you’d like to embellish with
The way I’m going to show you how to make this seems a little different. You are welcome to adjust the other tutorial for the money cuff to use velcro, but the velcro might just be a little difficult to sew in that way. That is why I chose the way I did for this version—to accommodate the velcro closure. **Just be sure to really cut and sew exactly, as it will definitely help with the final steps and outcome in this tutorial.**
Thanks for stopping by my blog today! Hope you are all having a blast celebrating the crazy and cute boys in your life!