Drive In Movie Plush Set DIY

Drive in movie plush1We've been having fun making little plush toys lately. We just loved creating this little fox and a mini Bella doll; this time we decided to try our hand at creating some tasty looking toys! This little plush set is inspired by drive-in movie concession treats. There's a salted pretzel, corn dog and popping pop corn! We created this set to be more for decor purposes. Remember that if you are planning to create any plush for small children to play with keep in the mind any small beads or wires in your design plans; use other materials if you want your plush to be small-child friendly. Popcorn DIYSupplies: Red, white, and yellow felt, scissors, poly fill, sewing machine, hot glue gun, jewelry wire, needle and thread. 1. Cut out four white rectangles and eight red strips. 2. Sew two strips onto each rectangle, creating stripes. Then, sew the rectangles together, forming a box. 3. Cut out and sew on a square base. 4. Take another square piece of felt the same size as the base and sew small wads of yellow and white felt in clusters for the popcorn. 5. Once the topper is completely covered, stuff the box full of poly fill and hand sew the popcorn on top. 6. Last, take wire and hot glue wads of felt onto the ends and glue the other end onto the box.Corndog DIY stepsSupplies: Yellow and red felt, dalrod, poly fill, sewing machine, and needle & thread. 1. Cut out two oval shapes in the yellow felt. This will be the body of your corndog. 2. Sew these two pieces together leaving a two inch gap on one end. Flip it inside out so that the stitching is no longer showing and stuff with poly fill. 3. Next, sew on a squiggle of red felt for the ketchup. 4. Last, push the dalrod all the way through to the tip and sew the hole around it shut.Pretzal steps DIYSupplies: Brown felt, poly fill, beads, and a sewing machine. 1. Cut out a long strip of fabric and sew it into a tube. Turn it inside out and stuff it with poly fill. 2-3. Begin shaping it into a pretzel by twisting it in the middle twice and then bending it at the twist down to connect at the loop. Once you've formed the pretzel, sew it in place. 4. Last, sew or hot glue small, white beads all over for the salt!

Movie plush2Have fun making your own tasty creations!

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  • HAH. That is soooo cute. Reminds me of something they would sell at Royal/T here in Los Angeles.

  • @Hannah – I think they meant “dowel rod”. (I was wondering the same thing so I looked it up!)

  • This made me laugh-out-loud and giggle due to the unexpected cuteness. Nice.

  • Wow, these are so cute!! I want to try and make the pretzel one.

  • Seriously, that’s the funkiest thing I have seen the last week! IT’s so awesome, that I’m going to cry a little bit! 😀

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  • I love it! These would be awesome to convert into dog toys if you used appropriate materials. 🙂

  • haha! Cool:)

  • The popped popcorn is SO CUTE!!!!! Ridiculous. Ridiculous.

    Talia Christine

  • So adorable! Why do you always make such cute things? I want it all!

  • This is such a fun idea! Thank you for posting!


  • I have a popcorn maker and it is one of my true loves, haha. I love the popcorn plush toy!


  • Ooh, I especially love the pretzel! How cute is this 🙂

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  • Ooh these would look so cute in a media room!

    xO, Vicky

  • The cuteness is too much!

  • Oh these are so fun and different! I love them!xx

  • i wish i had time for cute wee projects like that. so adorable. the popcorn is “mid air”! too much.

  • Oh, that is cool!
    Check out my plush toys:

  • Hahah! This is so cute and creative!<3

  • hahahha this is so cute Emma & Elsie! would have never thought of this! These pictures just made my day!

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