{Car Cozy + Tuesday Tip}

When I saw this Cozy Car Caddy Tutorial over at the amazing  Homemade by Jill, I knew I just had to make it!  I have a little guy who is obsessed with CARS!  He loves to point out cars on the road and even can spot different makes and models.  I thought this would be a perfect activity for church or other quiet outings, but truthfully he will play at home with it for hours.  SO…if you have a little one who loves cars, this is a must have.  He loves to park the cars in the garages.  I love how Jill added numbers to the pockets.  I have been meaning to do this.  This car cozy would also make a great gift!  I made one for my nephew who just turned 2 and he loves it!  I used some fun camouflage material and greenish-brown canvas with a felt car on the front.  Here is my little guy playing with his car cozy in his favorite spot on the ottoman.  There is something special about making homemade gifts for my kiddos! And now for the TIP!  I would always get so annoyed when I went to look for a needle in my pin cushion and couldn’t find one because they fell down into the cushion, only to be lost forever.  Well…the problem is solved my friends!  Find some cute little erasers (I found these cute lemon erasers), and push the top of your needle into the eraser-and your needles will no longer get lost in the pin cushion and will be very easy to spot, and…might even protect your finger from getting poked!

Comments

  1. says

    Love it!!
    Okay, so I’m thinking I could make a princess one for all of the girlie polly pocket princesses we have around here. What do ya think?
    Love the tip too. How genius!

  2. Jamie says

    I love your needle cover idea! I am forever sticking myself or losing my needles in my pin cushion.
    The car cozy it fantastic too!

  3. mle says

    Cute car cozy! any little driver.wanna.be should have one!
    Love your needle cover lemons too!!
    ps hope you don’t mind that I linked to your stool project today
    happy tuesday!

  4. Andrea says

    I made two of these for some 3 year old boys on our list this year… and they turned out SO cute!!! My 3 yo daughter wants me to make one for her too, so I’ll be back at it after Christmas!

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