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Is your house overflowing with stuffed animals that your kids have outgrown or forgotten? Here's one way to recycle them.
Collect stuffed animals that your kids no longer use, are too worn or that they're happy to recycle. (please don't use their favourite ones!) We have way more ...
Gather all your stuffed animals, dump 'em in the washing machine for a good wash. I added a small amount of bleach to the water to get rid ...
You'll need: ScissorsNeedle & thread (any colour will do)PinsNet bag of some kind (I used a laundry net with a broken zipper)Cushion cover
*Warning!* I do not recommend that you do this step in front of your kids. Snip a hole in your stuffed animal and pull out the stuffing. I ...
Watch out for this type of stuffing. It's messy and not worth your time. Toss it.
Stuff your net bag (a laundry net in my case) as you go. The less stuffing you use the softer your creation will be.
When your net is as full & firm as you'd like it to be, fold the top over, pin it together, & sew it shut. This is a ...
Add a cushion cover and you're done! Enjoy your new cushion, suitable for bed, couch, or floor.
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