DIY Earmuffs – How To Make Oreo, M&M’s and YouTube Earmuffs

In this video tutorial I show how to make easy, cozy and cute DIY Earmuffs. All you’ll need is an old sweatshirt, a headband and 2 plastic Pringles caps (or cardboard).

DIY Earmuffs Oreo M and Ms YouTube IdunnGoddess 3

I’m sure this video will be useful for countries with cold weather. I live in Europe, so I made myself three pairs of earmuffs 🙂 – Oreo Earmuffs, M&M’s Earmuffs and YouTube Earmuffs. Now my ears are protected from chilly wind and my mind is protected from depressive gray ambience.

For DIY M&M’s Earmuffs you will need:
Old fleece sweatshirt (or any fleece fabric) – red (or yellow, or green, or blue etc)
A tiny piece of white fleece fabric (for “m” letters)
2 plastic “Pringles” caps
A cushion (carefully cut the seam and take a bunch of stuffing – nobody will notice 😉 ) or just use any stuffing
A headband
Glue gun, needle and thread

For DIY YouTube Earmuffs you will need:
Old fleece sweatshirt (or any fleece fabric) – WHITE
A small piece of red and black fleece fabric (for “You” and “Tube” words)
2 plastic “Pringles” caps
A cushion (carefully cut the seam and take a bunch of stuffing – nobody will notice 😉 ) or just use any stuffing
A headband
Glue gun, needle and thread

For DIY Oreo Earmuffs you will need:
Old cotton sweatshirt or T-shirt (or any cotton stretch fabric) – DARK BROWN
A piece of white fleece fabric (for “cream”)
A cardboard
A cushion (carefully cut the seam and take a bunch of stuffing – nobody will notice 😉 ) or just use any stuffing
A headband
Glue gun, needle and thread

Follow my video instructions to make your own DIY Earmuffs!

Get creative! Good luck 🙂

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