Are you or someone you know a fan of minecraft? Bring your virtual world to life, and make a DIY minecraft plushie! These brick shaped pillows look just like the minecraft creatures. What a fun DIY sewing project for teens, or gifts for teens and kids! Try it for yourself.
If you love snuggling up with a warm pillow, even if you're not into gaming, this DIY craft is going to be a sure hit! It is wallet-friendly, super easy, and you can do it yourself. You can use those old fabric that you have laying around.
How To Make Minecraft Pillow Plushies
Let's start with the materials.
- Felt cloth – it's best to use felt to hold up the pillow's structure well
- Some colored fabric – for the face
- glue gun
- pair of scissors
Cut 6 large squares of cloth paper. The size would depend on you. You can make cute little ones or big hugabble pillow plushies. Then, start cutting off the corners of each squares. This will serve as the seam.
Using a glue gun, carefully glue each side of the squares avoiding the corners.
Take note that each of the squares will be glued on each side. So that would have one in the middle, one on top, one on each side, and one at the bottom. The last one will be used later.
Press the sides carefully to make sure that the glue sticked well.
Now take the last square and glue it on top of the now-cube squares. Just leave one seam open or unglued.
Make sure that your glue is nice, set, and dry. So press each side nicely. When you are happy with it, carefully turn it inside out.
Now we can start stuffing some pillow stuffings inside your plushies. You can fluff it first before putting them inside so that there'll be no lumps.
When you're done stuffing, fold each seam inward and glue it inside so we're hiding that part. Now you've just made your Minecraft cube! Yipee!
Now we're ready to make the face.
You can cut shapes from fabric for the eyes and nose then just glue them on the cube to complete your snuggly Minecraft pillow plushies!!!
VOILA! Aren't they the cutest, ever?!
You can check out the full video tutorial from IHasCupquake & ANNEORSHINE: