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Crayon Aprons - The Toolbelt for Those Who Love Coloring

Updated on April 5, 2013

Every crayon deserves a pocket!

Do you have a little one who loves coloring? A crayon apron is a cute and fun gift that can make a child feel like they are a grown up crafter. They'll be so proud of themselves in their very own apron made especially for them.

I remember how much my sister loved her crayon apron when we were kids. It made her feel like a professional "colorer".

Give your budding artist a boost with a crayon apron.

(Apron in photo from imakesmartypants)

Instructions for Making a Crayon Apron

If you are crafty and like a project, you can sew your own crayon apron.

Here are the directions to sew your own:

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How to Make a Crayon Apron

You can also make a full size crayon apron (with a bib).

Other Crayon Sewing Projects

The crayon roll is similar to a crayon apron in that each one has its on pocket, however the roll can be carried in a bag or purse easily to bring them along wherever you go.

Crayon Art Projects

When your crayons get too small to fit into the apron pockets, don't thrown them out.

Make some art with them!

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    • Lee Hansen profile image

      Lee Hansen 6 years ago from Vermont

      My crafty daughter makes a fabric notebook with pockets for pencils on one side and a nice pad of drawingpaper on the other. I like this idea for her wee one, so she can carry her art all over the house. Blessed by the Coloring neighborhood Angel ...

    • Senora M profile image

      Senora M 6 years ago

      These are cute and look relatively easy to make! I love Sew Mama Sew!! :) Cool lens!

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      poutine 6 years ago

      I had never seen one before.

      That's neat.

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