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DIY Kids Sewing Box
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We just celebrated our oldest daughter’s 6th birthday, and the one thing she asked me to make her was a sewing kit. It just makes this mama swoon when I hear that my kids love to get crafty. Read on to find out how I made our own DIY Kids Sewing Box. 
DIY Kids Sewing Box
I found the cardboard suitcase for about $10 at Target in the kid’s decor section. For the bottom, I cut out some white cardboard to make dividers. I didn’t glue them in place, just cut them so they’d fit snugly. 
DIY Kids Sewing Box

The original inspiration for this sewing box came from this little sewing kit via Apartment Therapy. I loved the idea of everything having its own elastic to fit in.  To recreate that I picked out some teal scrap fabric and stitched on some narrow elastic for each item. Lining everything up before hand helps. Then I wrapped the fabric around some thin cardboard and hot glued it to the suitcase. 
It’s a cute and simple gift idea–the hardest part was picking out everything to go in it! Here’s what I included in ours:
Knitting Doll 
Stork Embroidery Scissors
Tape Measure
Embroidery Thread
Sewing Thread
Felt Needlebook (handmade)
Embroidery Hoop
Pincushion Gal (click to learn more about how I made her!)
I’m happy to say Eleanor loves her sewing box! (The yarn and scissors have already been put to good use!)

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