No creo que sea el lugar indicado para subirlo, pero no sabia donde!, espero que les guste este tutorial, esta en ingles asique espero que lo entiendanMaterials:
Lining material - I used pink cotton, 2 pieces cut larger than desired size
Zipper - I used an invisa-zip, 3-4 inches
Cupcake base material - I used camel-color felt
Cupcake frosting material - I used pink felt
Multi-color seed beads
2 Brown seed beads and 2 brown bugle beads
Red fabric - just a small scrap
2 inches of small lace
Sewing thread, pink and tan
on a piece of paper the basic shape you want the coin purse to be. Cut
it out and use this as your template (not shown). Trace your template
onto the lining material (both pieces). Make marks where you would like
the ends of the zipper to stop.
Trim the fabric around the crown of the cupcake, leaving 1/4" - 1/2".
Attach the zipper to one piece of the lining at a time. Follow the
instructions on the zipper package, or make it up as you go, like i did.
Here is what the reverse side of the lining and zipper should look like.
Trim the excess fabric around the outside of the cupcake and sew the two pieces together, up to the ends of the zipper.
Cut out your felt pieces to the same shape and size of your paper
template - except for the cupcake base, it should go higher so that you
can layer it underneath the frosting. Cut out 2 frostings and 4 bases.
2 of the base pieces and layer them, then using tan thread, sew
vertical lines. This will make one thick piece. Repeat with the other 2
Sew colorful seed beads on the frosting pieces to make sprinkles.
For the cherry on top, make a "whipped cream" out of lace. Hand-sew
loosely along the inside end of the lace and then pull the thread
gently to make it gather into a circle. Secure the thread ends.
the cherry out of a small scrap of red fabric. Add a little ball of
stuffing, or a cotton ball, and gather the ends of the fabric in the
back securely, trimming off excess. For the cherry stem, thread a brown
bugle bead, followed by a brown seed bead, another bugle beed, and
another seed bead - then double back through the bugle beads and center
seed bead - sew it through the top of the cherry and pull it through to
the back and pull slightly to create a slight indent near the stem of
the cherry. Sew the cherry and whipped cream lace to one piece of the
Sew the cupcake base pieces to the lining using a blanket stitch. Sew the three at the same time. Futuregirl's blog has a very good tutorial on doing a blanket stitch. Use small, inconspicuous stitches in matching tan thread. Sew only the sides and bottom.
next steps are pictured! Sorry! Blanket stitch the frosting pieces to
the lining, starting st the zipper. Leave and area open and add a thin
layer of stuffing. Blanket stitch it closed where the frosting meets
the base, but only sew through the felt layers, not the cotton lining.
Inside view of the pouch. It's puffy and cute, I hope you enjoy!