Monday, April 19, 2010

Travel First Aid Kit

This pattern is no longer Free... you can purchase it from my shop: Funky Joy 
It also comes with a license to sell!


I love my travel first aid kit! I love that it fits in my purse, that it has all the stuff that I need and when I am clumsy I can still look good! You can make your own!

22 comments :

Suzanne said...

Great tutorial and a great idea. Both practical and cute! Thanks so much for putting together the tutorial. Those take a lot of time and effort. I appreciate it!

One Cheap B*tch said...

Such a smart and cute idea! I love the fabric you used. Thanks for sharing the DIY!

Jeanine

Christianne @ Little Page Turners said...

Love it! With summer (and bare knees) on the way, I'll have to try making one of these to keep in my diaper bag. Thanks!

Amanda said...

Oh my gosh, that is so cute!! Love it!

Lisa B. said...

These would make great pay it forward gifts. I'm hosting one on my blog if you would like to join us.

Sandra said...

This is so cute! I don't think I will try it but the tute is so complete that I'm sure I could follow it. All my crafty supplies are so unorganized I probably couldn't even find my sewing machine if I tried. Maybe someday! Thanks for showing us how...I'll make one in my dreams.

Meet Virginia said...

This is so great! I am totally making one of these!!

~Morgan

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Crafty Batches said...

YAY! Thank you so much for the tutorial, I can't wait to make this! =)

Jan @ bobbypins boardwalk said...

What a great tutorial. Everyone should definitely keep first-aid items nearby. I was going to say, especially with children, but quite frankly, I think I've used the supplies in the past more than the children. This is a wonderful way to know you have everything you need. Thank you for sharing on the Boardwalk Bragfest

Merrie said...

That is a very cute solution, much cuter than the plastic ziploc that lived in my purse when my kids were little!

Mariesa M. said...

Good idea! Thanks for sharing!

CraftyMummy said...

This is great! And your instructions are clear and easy to read. Might have to whip one up this weekend I think

Five Little Crafty Birdies said...

Ooh!! Love it, love it! Love the fabric too. I picked some of that same design up the other day. So cute with the little birdies! We travel constantly as a military family so I am definitely making one of these. Super idea. I will send you a pic when I am done!!
Rachel

Jenn said...

Found your post on Finding Fabulous. This is very cute and would work well for teachers!

The Girl Creative said...

Your project has been featured. :) Check it out!!!

http://thegirlcreative.blogspot.com/2010/04/shes-got-talent-sunday-shout-out.html

xoxo
Diana

jindiscottage said...

What a great idea. Thanks for the tutorial.

linda said...

fawnda,
wow, good job on the tutorial!! very cool. wish my first aid kit was half that cute lol Thanks for joining the Craftaholics Anonymous party! I had fun stopping by and checking out your craftiness!
Linda

Misty said...

What a great tutorial!! I need to make one of these to keep in my purse!!

Thanks for linking @Creative Itch's "Sew Cute Tuesday"!

Robyn said...

So glad I followed a link from creativestudio10 to here as I have a baby shower to attend in a couple of weeks. This will make a perfect gift :)! Thank you.

Stephani said...

I LOVE this! I made one for my daughter to keep in her car. I'll be making more to give to out at Christmas. Thanks ever so much for the wonderfully done tutorial!!

DawgInc Articles said...

Following your procedure of making a first aid kit made my first try a success! Thank you for your tips I have a great time making my own travel first aid kit. There are other tips in making kits found in Spill Kits

Ham Malik said...

thanks for sharing good information about first aidkit

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