Fall Felt Fox Cup Cozy

The weather is finally beginning to feel like Fall. On a brisk morning, I am so thankful for a good cup of hot coffee. What better way to share that warm feeling than to make a cup cozy for someone special.

I created this simple, no- sew cup cozy, I used my Fox die by Sizzix and a BigShot machine.


To make the wrap, I cut a 3 1/2″ x 12″ strip of soft Phoomph. This is a double-sided, dimensional adhesive designed to work with fabric, see details below. It comes in either soft or stiff {use soft for this project} and in several different colors. I also cut two pieces of fabric about 5 1/2″ x 14″. I used a Starbucks coffee sleeve as my template.


Peel off the white paper from one side of the Phoomph and adhere it to the wrong side of one piece of fabric. Turn this over and remove the white paper from the other side of the Phoomph and adhere it to the wrong side of the remaining fabric.


Open the coffee sleeve and use it as a template to cut out the shape from the fabric.


Fold the fabric to match the original shape of the folded sleeve. Glue or hand-stitch the fabric sleeve to form the cozy. Set aside.


Die cut just the head and tail shape from rust colored felt.


Die cut the face mask and tip of the tail from white felt.


Die cut the nose from a small piece of black felt.


To assemble the felt pieces; use fabric glue to adhere the mask, nose and tip of the tail to the body pieces.


After the glue is dry, hand-stitch the eyes with black thread to the white face mask.


Glue the face and tail to the front of the cup cozy allowing the tail to cover the nose and the cheek to cover the tail. Do not add any glue to the tips of the ears.

So simple, no sew, perfectly sharable gift for the Autumn season. Enjoy!

This is Linked to:
Blogghetti, Denise Designed, DIY ShowoffI Should Be Mopping the Floor, Life on Lakeshore Drive, Nifty Thrifty Things, Pieced PastimesRecreated Designs, Scrapality, Sew Can Do and Sew Can She

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This is a personal blog, but I am an employee and do receive financial compensation and material product from Ellison/Sizzix. This post contains affiliate links to help support my blog. You are not charged any extra cost for purchasing supplies using those affiliate links. I greatly appreciate your support. All ideas and opinions are my own.



About Lynda Kanase

Founder and Chief Designer of i-crafter Creative Products and current Crafter, Maker, Stitcher, Scrapper, Graphic Designer, Illustrator, Instructor, Anglophile, Dog lover and Mom trying to make the world prettier, one project at a time. Please join me on this creative adventure.

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