I’ve been doing a lot of projects using felt lately and it is actually a great material for doing different kinds of crafts. One of them being a felt wallet.
There were several patterns I made specifically for felt wallets and one of them is this donut felt wallet. You can get the template here. This is a no-sew felt tutorial that I’ll be sharing using a special glue for felt. But you can absolutely still make this by stitching it up if you can’t find this specific glue.
Don’t you think this diy would be a great gift, too? I think so. Let’s begin.
Aleene’s Felt and Foam Glue
Begin by cutting out the templates.
Decide the colors of felt you want to use and assign a color for each piece of template. Trace the templates on the felt.
Cut out the felt.
Make the base for the wallet. Cut it out in felt.
Fold it in three.
Apply Aleene’s Felt andFoam Glue on the sides of the felt wallet base. Press it together and clip the sides and leave for about an hour to dry.
Now, work on the donut pieces. Glue the felt glaze onto the donut piece then glue the sprinkles on it.
Once dry, attach the donuts on the front of the felt wallet.
Press the donuts well and wait for it to dry.
Lastly, cut up a piece of Velcro and place a generous amount of Aleene’s glue and attach it to the middle section of the pocket. Place a clip and leave it until it dries.
Once the glue dries, get the other part of the Velcro and attach it to the glued Velcro. When you do it this way, you’ll avoid problems of misaligning the Velcro. Place a generous amount of Aleene’s glue on it.
Fold the flap of the wallet over the velcro , clip it and leave to dry.
You can now grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the moment spent making and creating. Look what you made!
You can totally rock this!