Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Kids Backpack Tutorials - Adorable DIY Backpacks Collection

Looking for the cutest, most adorable backpacks to make for kids? Here they are!  When your kids are seen sporting these one-of-a-kind backpacks, they automatically earn cool points with their peers.



 

I love this Bustle Backpack because it is unique and girly.  Love the photo of the big ferris wheel on the beach too!! 

Bustle Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest


 

 Bustle Backpack Tutorial by Me Sew Crazy




Me Sew Crazy is a very popular blogger and designer, and one of my personal favorites.  That is why I started off this post with TWO of the Me Sew Crazy creations. The design of the Circle Backpack is unique.  If you like it, why not try making the matching Messenger Bag (part of the Messenger Bag Tutorials -DIY Collection post)and Lunch Bag too?

Circle Bags: Backpack, Messenger Bag, and Lunch Bag Tutorials on Pinterest




Circle Bags by Me Sew Crazy




On the scale of cuteness, it is very hard to beat a backpack made from a stuffed animal.  Really hard.

Animal Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest



Kid's Animal Backpack by cotton and curls




Moda Bake Shop's Backpack has clean lines and recognizably classic styling.  With all the wonderful fabrics and trims on the market today, the possiblilities for this backpack are endless.

Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest




How girly can this get?  How about a Petal Backpack by Ucreate?  My granddaughter BELLE would love it!  Know what the best part is?  NO SEWING!  That's right!  This is a no-sew backpack.

petals galore backpack tutorial by Happy Together


Petals Galore Backpack by Happy Together Creates on Ucreate




The popular drawstring backpack is presented here with a fun new twist, it is made with bandanas.  Just imagine all the cute bandana designs available today.  This backpack will be affordable, easy, and quick to construct.

Drawstring Bandana Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest


Drawstring Bandanna Backpack Tutorial COVER
Bandana Drawstring Backpack Tutorial by Ucreate
 

Drawstring Bandana Backpack by U Create




Do you have a little one that loves fishies?  This Fish Backpack is so creative, they'll love it!

Fish Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest


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Fish Backpack by Tried and True 




I've been excited about polka dots ever since the 1980s when Princess Diana brought them back into fashion.  My granddaughter TINKERBELL calls them "coca dots".  She and her Mom, my daughter PEPSI both share my love for polka dots.  The BEST thing about the Polka Dot Backpack?  It is soooo easy!  No sewing involved at all!!!

Polka Dot Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest 


 


 DIY Polka Dot Backpack by hellobee




This Toddler Backpack comes with a free pattern.  The author made her backpack from a thrift store flour sack.  I've seen so many beautiful vintage prints in thrift stores.  Sheets, dresses, robes, tee shirts, curtains, you name it!  If you wanted to use a flour sack fabric, why not get some flour sack dish towels at Walmart?  Then you can stencil, stamp, embroider, or paint anything you want on your baby's backpack.

Toddler Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest 


 

Toddler Backpack by indietutes 




Nothing But A Hound Dog Backpack Tutorial on Pinterest


Have you ever been inspired by a piece of fabric?  The Nothing But A Hound Dog Backpack was inspired by this beautiful laminated cotton houndstooth.  I love this backpack.  Arf, arf!!


 



I hope you enjoyed seeing these creatively designed backpacks.  I can't wait to see what you'll make. Please let me know which one you like the best.

1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness - you are so sweet! Thank you so much for sharing two of my bags! I have a couple others that you featured as my favorites as well. Great round up!

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