Introduction: How to Make a Monster Beanbag Cover
For Christmas, I made my brother a really awesome monster beanbag out of an old, brown, ugly beanbag. It is a lot of fun and will last.
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Step 1: Materials
What you will need:
A beanbag ( mine was $2
A hot glue gun with glue sticks
About 2 feet of felt ( you can use whichever color you want)
A bed sheet or a 6x6 piece of fabric ( any color you want )
Scissors or fabric cutters
About five rubber bands ( optional)
Step 2: Starting the Cover
Cover you beanbag in a bed sheet like in the first picture.
Flip over the bean bag and either hot glue the the sheet to the bottom of the beanbag or wrap rubber bands around the loose ends of the sheet to hold it in place.
Step 3: The Eyes
Using your felt, cut out some eyes for you monster. I kept it simple and just did two circles.
Draw some pupils on the eyes.
Using your hot glue gun, Glue your
Step 4: The Mouth
On the rest of the felt, draw mouth.
Cut out the mouth.
Using the hot glue gun, glue your monsters mouth to the beanbag.
Step 5: You Are Finished
You have completed your monster beanbag! Enjoy!
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