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Pacifier clip tutorial

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I recently purchased a pacifier clip online for my little bun in the oven and realized that I could totally make them instead of buying them and save a ton of cash. Once you see how easy these are to make, you will want to make several for your own babe and some to stash back for baby shower gifts. Best of all, this tutorial is for ANY size pacifier. Yes, even those Soothie pacis with the tiny hole. Here's what you'll need: 4'X13' scrap of fabric 1/2'X12' piece of interfacing (could also use…

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Who would have thought you could easily customize a functional and stylish soother clip to match any outfit your new baby or child wears?! Our very own, original, incredibly safe, step-by-step tutorial will allow you to do just this… and the possibilities (and outfits) become endless! WATCH OUR VIDEO HERE ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL! Supplies needed: 1 x silver, round metal clip 1 x 60” White regular cord (35

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I couldn't seem to find paci clips that I liked (or I found some I liked but they were ridiculously expensive) so I turned to Pinterest to find a tutorial to make my own. Now that I am confident in my straight line sewing, I was excited to find this easy tutorial to create pacifier clips. Supplies Fabric, you'll need a 4''x10'' rectangle so not much (I recommend duck fabric because it is thicker and sturdier than regular cotton, they have cute patterns at Hobby Lobby) 1 inch suspender clips…

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I couldn't seem to find paci clips that I liked (or I found some I liked but they were ridiculously expensive) so I turned to Pinterest to find a tutorial to make my own. Now that I am confident in my straight line sewing, I was excited to find this easy tutorial to create pacifier clips. Supplies Fabric, you'll need a 4''x10'' rectangle so not much (I recommend duck fabric because it is thicker and sturdier than regular cotton, they have cute patterns at Hobby Lobby) 1 inch suspender clips…

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No more baby pacifiers on the floor! Here's a DIY tutorial showing how to make a pacifier clip for baby with fabric scraps, ribbon, and cute metal clips. When I was younger, I LOVED my pacifier. We called it a 'nukie' and many of the photos from my first few years show me with one in my mouth, often upside down. When my dad would ask me why I liked it, I'm told I would reply, 'It tastes really good!' I apparently gave it up around 2 years old, but then my sister was born shortly after, and I…

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Personalizing for your baby is so much fun! Today I am walking you through how to make a personalized teething pacifier clip.

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A DIY tutorial detailing how to make a pacifier clip out of ribbon, a plastic clip and snap. Keep track of pacifiers with this easy project!

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A DIY tutorial detailing how to make a pacifier clip out of ribbon, a plastic clip and snap. Keep track of pacifiers with this easy project!

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I couldn't seem to find paci clips that I liked (or I found some I liked but they were ridiculously expensive) so I turned to Pinterest to find a tutorial to make my own. Now that I am confident in my straight line sewing, I was excited to find this easy tutorial to create pacifier clips. Supplies Fabric, you'll need a 4''x10'' rectangle so not much (I recommend duck fabric because it is thicker and sturdier than regular cotton, they have cute patterns at Hobby Lobby) 1 inch suspender clips…

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