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Disney Mickey Mouse Family Passport Holder

Hello,

This week I’ve completed my last Etsy orders. Apparently, the Mickey Mouse Disney Passport holder is very popular in my Shop that I have to re-order the fabrics. And I love working with fun fabrics.

Blue Disney Family Travel Wallet for 6 Passport Holder   Mickey Mouse passport case document organizer, moving away gift dual citizenship
Disney Family Passport Holder
In this post, I was talking about batching and it helped me a lot this month. Managing shops and home single-handedly is not an easy task. I mostly spend half of my morning replying to emails and messages, before doing my daily chores. Since I already cut a batch of interfacings for Passport Holders and Mini Crossbody Bag, the sewing part is easy. While I love cutting fabrics, cutting interfacing bored me.

OK, back to the passport holder, I made 2 variations and the buyer chose one which has card slots and interior zipper.

Passport Holder & Card Wallet

 I still have a couple of local orders to finish now, and I won’t be accepting custom orders until I come back from Indonesia next August.
I have a couple for Ready to Ship items in my ETSY shop and Website (scroll down to buy).  And if you'd like to try to make passport holder for your next family holiday, you can get the pattern on Etsy & Craftsy

Family Passport Travel Holder PDF SEWING PATTERN, Hold 6 Passports, Instant Download, Family Passport Wallet Pattern
Family Passport Holder PdF Pattern

 Thank you for stopping by and supporting my small business.

Ramadan Mubarak!

Happy Sewing




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