Fabric Yo-Yo’s

I found a great tutorial on this website.
Great pictures.

 

And that’s what I used to make these:

 

Use hot glue to attach some yo-yo’s to the front of a blank card. I attached some ribbon first for some added color.

 

You could also attach a yo-yo to a paper clip to use in your office to bundle papers or you can use one as a book mark.

 

Or you can add some to your favorite black dress.
Or a shirt, or a purse, or anything else you think of.

 

Fun splash of color.

 

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12 Responses to “Fabric Yo-Yo’s”
  1. 1
    Jodi says:

    That is super cute Ash, and I think I might even be able to do that one. :) I love how it looks on your dress!

  2. 2
    The Hardy Things in Life says:

    I love the yo yo’s~ I saw them last week at Joann’s was so tempted to by them but a little more than I wanted to spend! I am glad I didn’t by then now!! I can’t wait to make some with all the extra fabric scraps. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful craftiness!!

  3. 3
    Marci Ward says:

    Do you have a tutorial for a diaper bag? I’ve been dying to make one and I haven’t seen exactly what I want.

  4. 4
    Krystal says:

    Cute idea!

    Do you eventually put all these new ideas on your side bar? I would LOVE to do them…but dont have time now.

  5. 5
    Cara Bean says:

    Hey Ashley. I don’t know if you remember us, but we were in the 17th ward back in the day. Anyway, I found your blog through Kenzie’s blog. I love all of your ideas! I’m not creative enough to think of my own things, so I’m glad I found your blog. Hope all is going good with you guys!

  6. 6
    Metallo Bianco Jewelry says:

    I love this idea..especially on the envelope and shirt..very cute!

  7. 7
    Sari Asenith says:

    Hiya…. love your sight! I just found it the other day.

    The link to making the little circle things is broken. Could you please tell me how to do it? Or post another link to a different tutorial??

    Thanks!! Sari

  8. 8
    Ashley says:

    Sari, the link still seems to work. But here is the whole link, so you can try copying and pasting it into your own browser.

    http://heatherbailey.typepad.com/photos/how_to_make_a_yoyo/hbyoyotutorial1.html

    Good luck!

  9. 9
    jenn says:

    Hi!! love love love this blog. Wanted you to know i linked to this tutorial on my blog for my Make it Monday feature! http://www.makemineblue.blogspot.com

  10. 10
    Regina says:

    I really liked the ideas and your photos on using the yo-yo’s.
    Just about everything I make I put yo-y’s on.

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