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Make one as a gift or for your self! :D
I made one of these for my sister's christmas gift 2 years ago so i updated it a bit and decided to make my bestfriend one as her xmas gift this past christmas (she loved it ^_^)

*AHH! i checked my email today and saw alot of stuff from cutout+keep and i was like 'whaa?!' so i logged onto the site and i saw i was FEATUREDDD! >:D YESS! ahaha thanks for all the favs & comments erryone. ;)*

Posted by Ciaa from United States • Published See Ciaa's 5 projects »
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  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 1
    Step 1

    Draw out a template of how big you want your pouch to be. making the back piece the same width as the front one but a little longer then it(so it can close with a flap) Then trace it onto the felt and cut it out. draw a little pad and a tampon and do the same.

    *I plan on adding a template that you can print out later.*

  • Step 2

    I got a little carried away and skipped a step on taking a picture to show you (sorry!) but next you want to figure out how you want the pad & tampon to be placed on the pouch. Once you've done that grab your needle and white thread and sew the pad and tampon on the front piece of the pouch using a running stitch.

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 3
    Step 3

    Now get out your black seed beeds and sew the 'eyes' onto both the pad & tampon.

    After you do that take your black embroidery floss and sew the mouths for the tampon & pad (small backstitches)

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 4
    Step 4

    Awh, now you got some cute lil guys ;D lol

    (ignore the fact that my pad got blue on his smile :/ i used a 'DISSPEARING' ink pen -__-)

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 5
    Step 5

    Get yo white embroidery floss and sew yo self a little white tampon string lol ;D (Backstitch)

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 6
    Step 6

    Now go find your back piece and a cute button. Lay the 2 pouch pieces together and fold the flap over and figure out where you wanna put yo button ;D make a little mark on the front piece and the back piece.

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 7
    Step 7

    Once you've figured out how big you need to make the button hole grab yo scissors and cut yo' self a hole on the flap of the back piece. hehe ^_^

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 8
    Step 8

    (i should of done this ahead of time but i forgot, sew the button on the front of the pouch)

    After you've done that you can start sewing the pouch together using pink embroidery floss and doing a blanket stitch.

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 9
    Step 9

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    You're almost done! :D :D Get excited! lol

    Last step, take some thread and sew around your buttonhole using a blanket stitch so the hole doesnt get frayed and stretched out. ;)

  • How to make a tampon pouch. Kawaii Tampon/Pad Pouch - Step 10
    Step 10

    *OPTIONAL*

    Find a matte pink eyeshadow (no shimmer or glitter) and using a q-tip pick up some shadow and rub it under the eyes of the tampon & pad to add cute little pink cheeks. ^-^

    AH! i hope you find my tutorial easy to understand, i confused myself typing it up because i accidentally deleted like 2 pictures. :/

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Bat Ma'am
Bat Ma'am · Seattle, Washington, US · 13 projects

LOL! This is awesome!
No need to be embarrassed, everyone knows what it is and has to deal with it, its part of nature!

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alexandraxoxo
alexandraxoxo · Johnson City, Tennessee, US · 5 projects

This is so cute, and handy. The only thing I don't like is with the adorable tampon cut out, it is like, everyone knows what it is. So, if it like falls out while you are in school, it is like O.O. Other then that, it is so adorable. I think I will make it. :)

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Margo W.
Margo W. · Kemzeke, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium

haha, how cute :D And it's very handy :)

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Angelina S.
Angelina S. · Sacramento, California

Lol this is too cute love it

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Rosie R.
Rosie R. · Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom · 8 projects

so funny, cant wait to do my version x

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Joanna
Joanna · 4 projects

Aww...That is sooo cute....and so funny! xD

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bOinG-BoInG!!!
bOinG-BoInG!!!

hehe, very cute. You are very good at handsome btw.

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PirateNicky
PirateNicky · Baumholder, Rheinland Pfalz, Germany · 1 project

Love it! Thank you for a great how-to! :)

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Almost Insane
Almost Insane · 5 projects

Haha! This is so cute! But if any of the guys at my school ever saw it, they would never let it go. It still might be worth it just to make "that time of month" a little cuter. :3

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Krafty.Kourtney
Krafty.Kourtney · Blaine, Minnesota, United States · 4 projects

i made one..the outside stitching isnt that great on mine..but i think im going to re-do it and use a machine i have over here..ahah it was alot of work but totally worth it..im making some for my friends shh... but i dont think i can hand sew the WHOLE thing..lol.

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