Here’s a little something sweet to add flair to any backpack. All you need are a few simple materials to create a patch inspired by the adorable Winnie the Pooh Ufufy. Add it to your kiddo’s bag, and accessorize with a “hunny” pot keychain charm. Now your little one can take that silly old bear with them everywhere they go! Scroll through to see how to create this cute Winnie the Pooh Backpack.
For more Disney magic, try this Winnie the Pooh Beehive Birdhouse:
What You’ll Need
- Yellow, pink, and brown felt
- Embroidery needle
- Embroidery floss
- Sewing needle
- Yellow thread
- Keychain ring
How To Make It
- Start by cutting out all felt pieces. For Pooh, you’ll need 2 yellow pieces for his body, 1 light pink for his shirt, 2 yellow pieces for his arms, 3 brown pieces for his eyes and nose, and 2 lighter pink pieces for his cheeks.
- For the “hunny” pot, you’ll need 2 brown pieces for the pot and lid, 1 more for the back of the pot, 1 yellow piece for the band around the middle, and 1 dark yellow piece for the honey.
- Sew all pieces onto Pooh’s body using an embroidery needle and floss. Then, use them to stitch on his nose crinkle and eyebrows. Sew on the back piece. Then, use the yellow thread and sewing needle to attach the patch to the backpack of your choice! (Thinner fabrics are easier.)
- Repeat these steps for the hunny pot. But instead of sewing it onto the backpack, cut a small hole at the top of the lid and slide it through a keychain. Then, attach it to a zipper on the backpack.
All cutting and sewing should be done by an adult.