When I was a young girl, I spent the summer with my grandmother one year. Every night after I had my bath, she would dust me all over with powder. I loved it and decided with summer here, some powder to help absorb some extra dampness might be nice.

So the other day I decided I needed a powder puff and went shopping for one. I could not find a puff unless it was already covered in some scented perfumey powder. So I decided to make my own.

Take one extra piece of jean material (or your choice of fabric - I used a jean pocket for fun) and a piece of fun fur - your choice of colors. Cut the two pieces the same size.

With right sides together sew the two pieces together, leaving a small opening to turn the puff.

Sew the small opening closed and you are done! One easy to make powderpuff!

Thanks for reading & happy crafting,

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