Learn how to make an easy DIY No-Sew Hand Sanitizer Holder for your bag, purse, or backpack. With fabric or faux leather, fabric glue, and a keychain, you’ll have your customized hand sanitizer holder in minutes.
If you’re like me, you’re always losing your hand sanitizer. I like keeping one in my purse and kid’s backpacks, but they always seem to get lost or shoved to the bottom. That’s why I created this adorable no-sew hand sanitizer holder. In minutes you’ll have a convenient hand sanitizer holder to clip to your backpack or bag.
Note: This SVG file/ template is sized for 1-2 ounce hand sanitizer bottles. If you’re looking for a larger holder, simply scale it up to fit a larger bottle.
No-Sew Hand Sanitizer Holder
For this project, you will need:
- Fabric or Faux Leather
- Beacon Fabri-Tac or Fabric Glue
- Printer and Printer Paper
- Cricut or Scissors
- SVG File or PDF Cut File (Download Below!)
Step 1 - Cut Out Project
If you are going to be using a Cricut machine, download the SVG file HERE. Once it is downloaded, upload it to Design Space and cut out your project following the prompts in Design Space.
If you are going to be cutting it out by hand, download the PDF HERE. Once you have the file, print it out, making your printer is set to 100% or no scaling. Then, using a pair of scissors cut out your project.
While I used faux leather, feel free to use fabric or another pliable, fabric-like material.
Step 2 - Attach Keychain
Next, we’re going to attach our keychain to the hand sanitizer holder. Set the back piece in front of you (this is the one with the key looptail). Using Beacon Fabri-Tac, place a thick line of glue at the bottom of the keychain loop.
Set the keychain on top and press the loop in place for a minute to secure it.
Step 3 - Glue Together Hand Sanitizer Holder
Now it’s time to assemble the rest of the hand sanitizer holder. Place a line of fabric glue on the left and right sides on the wrong side of the fabric or faux leather.
Add the top piece and press wrong sides together for a minute to secure it.
Step 4 - Add Hand Sanitizer
Once the glue is completely dry, slip in your hand sanitizer. Clip it to your bag and you’re ready to go!
Do you have any other questions about how to make a no-sew fabric/faux leather hand sanitizer holder? Let me know in a comment below!
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