1. Fabric Book Cover
Making a fabric book cover is super easy. This is a great back to school project to beautify and protect all your books and binders.
Check out How To Make a Fabric Book Cover to see the full tutorial and video instructions.
2. Lunch Bag
There’s all different kinds of lunch bags that you could make. The difference with this one is that it’s not only easy to make, but it’s also easy to put food in, fold, snap, and go. It’s hassle free, durable, and will keep your food warm with its’ thick interlining.
Check out How To Make a Lunch Bag to see the full tutorial and video instructions.
3. Felt Pencil Holder
This DIY felt pencil holder brings a pop of color to your desk or workspace, no matter your age. It does involve hot glue, so younger kids should do it with an adult. You can choose any colors and designs you like. Felt works well for anything from complex designs to fun shapes for kids’ crafts.
Check out How To Make a Felt Pencil Holder to see the full tutorial and video instructions.
4. Drawstring Backpack
Drawstring backpacks are quick and easy to make. You won’t want to carry heavy textbooks around in it, but it’s handy for carrying many other things. You can wear it on your back or carry it like a bag.
Check out How To Make a Drawstring Bag to see the full tutorial and video instructions.
5. Zipper Pouch
Zipper pouches can be made in all sorts of sizes for all sorts of things. For back to school, they make great pencil cases.
Check out How To Make a Zipper Pouch to see the full tutorial and video instructions.