DIY Woodland Raccoon Coffee Cozy

9 Materials
15 Minutes

Winter is definitely HERE with a blustery vengeance, even in Florida, so what better way to brighten those dreary, cold days than with a sweet Woodland Raccoon Coffee Cozy to wrap around your tea or coffee cup! Quick and easy to create in just 15 minutes with supplies you probably already have in your stash!

Download and print the FREE Patterns HERE. Cut, trace onto chipboard and cut out again. Trace the rest of the patterns on to Kunin Classic™ Felt White, Silver Grey, Charcoal, and Black with MONOTWIN Permanent Marker or Aquarellable White Pencil by Stabilo. Cut out all pieces with scissors.

TIP: Remember to cut INSIDE the lines for a neat and clean finished project.

Layer and attach all pieces of felt with Tombow MONO Multi Liquid Glue referring to the photo for placement.

Trace cozy pattern on to Kunin Premium™ Felt Lagoon. Attach half pearls for highlights in the eyes with a small dab of glue for a permanent bond

To finish, cut hook and loop self-adhesive tape to fit the short edge of the coffee cozy. Peel back liner paper and attach top edge. Peel back second liner paper, wrap the felt cozy around the coffee cup, and press firmly to adhere.

I hope you will use my DIY Woodland Raccoon Coffee Cozy as a jumping-off point to showcase your Kunin Creativity and create something sweet and snuggly today!

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