In this post, learn to sew a mouse card holder, perfect beginner sewing project for Disney lovers.
Now that I’m all settled in and not working on my blog part-time I have given myself the permission to take 2 off days in a week. These are days when I wake up late, take things really slow, and don’t have to worry about wasting my time on useless stuff.
On my off days, I LOVE going to the city, have something delicious to eat and spend all day just walking around. And that’s exactly what I did last Tuesday. I also spent an hour just sitting in the park, by the river on Southgate in Melbourne CBD and if you’ve been there you know how good it feels.
During that time, I thought real hard about my blogging/bag making/pattern designing journey because it had been bugging me a lot as I’m still not where I wanted to be in blogging since the time I started.
That day, sitting by the river I made a lot of big decisions related to my blog which I’m looking forward to sharing with you in the upcoming FB live session.
What I would like to point out is the importance of having a day off to just unwind and take things slow at least once a week. It gives you a nice break from the daily work routine and gives you a chance to reflect and rethink your choices. I went into the day feeling down and lost and came out with innovative ideas and a new purpose.
I can’t wait to share all this new info with you girls in my next live session so don’t forget to catch me live on Facebook. I’ll email you the exact time and date later this week.
Now, onto today’s tutorial where I’m sharing how to make cute mouse card holders; perfect for your next Disney trip.
Cute Mouse Card Holder Sewing Tutorial FREE SVG
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This is a Cricut Maker sewing project meaning you would need a Cricut Maker cutting machine but you can also use a Silhouette Cameo or a BrotherScanNCut to cut the SVG files out.
What is Cricut Maker and why you need one?
Cricut Maker is the amazing cutting assistant designed for sewists and crafters like you and me to make cutting easy especially fussy cutting. It takes literally a few seconds to cut anything out using Cricut Maker.
To find out if Cricut Maker is actually right for you, check out my post; Is Cricut Maker Actually Good for Sewing? Honest Answer.
Supplies Needed for Mouse Card Holder
You will need the following supplies for sewing the Mouse Card Holder.
- Cricut Maker
- Brayer and Remover Tools
- Cricut Essential Tools Kit
- 12″x12″ Standard Grip Mat
- Glitter Faux Leather
- Teflon Foot/Walking Foot
- 1/2″ D-ring
- FREE Mouse card holder SVG file (can be grabbed from the SVG library by joining the VIP list. Join the list by entering your name and address below
To cut out the mouse card holder pieces, first, download the SVG file from the FREE library by signing up for the VIP list. You will receive the link to the library in your email.
Upload the file on Design Space. Place faux leather on Standard Grip mat and cut out the pieces.
You would only need 1 mat for the whole tutorial.
Video Tutorial for Mouse Card Holder
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