DIY Crafts

Kawaii Animal Crossing Crafts

Posted on March 20, 2020 by

With Animal Crossing New Horizons released today, I thought I’d round up some cute makes to celebrate its arrival!

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If you’d like your own functioning bell bag, why not check out The Unknown Dweller’s DIY video and make a crochet one? It’s fairly simple and would be good for beginners. GandaKris also has a no-sew version of the bell bag, if you can’t be bothered to crochet or sew!

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It may not be Christmas, but it’s never too early to make some Animal Crossing felt ornaments! Kasey Golden shows you how to make several character options, and all together they’d be cute on a garland.

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Cinnamoniboni’s video on how to paint Animal Crossing inspired shoes is actually very simple and works as a great way to spruce up some old kicks if you have any lying around.

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And the Laughing Narwhal has an absolutely adorable video on how to make Reese & Fauna embroidery hoops that really makes me wish I had not put off learning how to embroider! She also conveniently offers the links to the templates in the description.

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While on the older side, Maqaroon’s Isabelle needle felt DIY is still an absolute classic. I remember wanting to make it when it first came out, although I never got around to it. Maybe I should finally tackle it!

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Ever wanted a gyroid in real life? TheBitBlock has a great video on how to make your own using air dry clay. I love this project because you can make one of the many designs featured in the games or design an entirely new one of your own design!

Are you excited for the New Horizons release? Let us know in the comments and tag us on social media if you make any of these projects. And for more video game DIYs, check out the DIY Crafts category.

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