Making a textile passport cover

To make a textile cover for a passport, you will need a cardboard with a density of 200 g / m2, scrap paper, office paper of purple color, cotton fabric in a section and a flower, lace, decorations, PVA glue, glue stick, transparent polymer glue, scissors with curly and straight blades, tools for creasing, ruler.  materials
From a cardboard, cut a rectangle 20 cm long and 13.5 cm wide.
cut a rectangle
To correctly calculate the size of a rectangle, measure the sides of the passport (in this case, 9x12.5 cm). Double the width and add to the resulting number 2 cm (9cm x 2 + 2 cm = 20 cm). To the height, add 1 cm (12.5 cm + 1 cm = 13.5 cm) Make a crease of the fold line, and two lines on either side of the fold line with an interval of 2 mm.
 Make bending of the fold line
Iron the checkered fabric and cut out a rectangle with sides 2 cm larger than the sides of the cardboard rectangle.In this case, 22x15,5 cm.
 Apply a thin layer of glue to the cardboard
Apply a thin layer of PVA glue to the cardboard. Glue the fabric to the cardboard, leaving allowances for the hem. Cut the corners of the fabric diagonally.
 Fold and glue
Fold and glue the top and bottom sides of the fabric coated with glue from PVA glue. Fold and glue Then the right and left sides.
 Then the right and left sides
Watch out for so that at the corners the fabric did not overlap, but the joint went to the joint. Excess fabric can be cut with nail scissors.
 angle
From the outside, the angle must also be neat.
angle
Cut out from checkered fabric a rectangle 13 cm long and 5 cm wide. Fold 1 cm and press inside the short sides of the rectangle.
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Glue the fabric to the inside of the cover.
 Glue the fabric to the inside
Cut out two 9x12.5 cm rectangles from scrap-booking paper.
 cut two rectangles
To form pockets from the same Paper cut two rectangles 5x14.5 cm.
 cut two rectangles
Cut two corners of long rectangles by 1 cm from edge of short and one long side lines. From them, retreat 2 mm and draw the parallels that are needed to create a three-dimensional pocket.
 Cut two corners of long rectangles
Fold and glue pockets to the fly-bys.  glue the pockets to the flyleafs For gluing use a glue stick that unlike PVA does not jam the paper. Glue the paper blanks to the cover.Here already use PVA, but put it not on paper, but on cardboard stock.  Glue the paper blanks to the cover The final stage - decoration of the cover. Cut a rectangle (a) from a floral fabric, fold it diagonally (b) and round the base of the resulting triangle (c). The result will be a petal.
 cover decoration
Make 7 more petals. Putting one petal on another, form a flower, periodically flashing the middle.
 decoration of the cover
To complete the flower, sew a round button and a button in the shape of a heart.
decoration of the cover
Stick glue doves to polymer glue and chain.
 decoration of the cover
 decoration of the cover
Then glue the lace21.jpg, ribbon and textile flower.
 decoration of the cover
Cut out an oval from scrap paper with curly scissors. On the purple office paper print the inscription and cut it with curly scissors. Glue together two blanks.
cover decoration
Glue the inscription to the cover.
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 make a textile passport cover
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 we make a textile cover for a passport
Posted by: Elena Tregub.

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