You don’t have to buy a soda can holder. You can make your own. The best part is you can decorate it anyway you want. Here are two different crafts. One uses craft foam and the other one uses felt.
Here is one you can make for Independence Day. It uses craft foam.
Cut a piece of craft foam 8 1/2 by 4 inches. I used red.
Tape the ends together so that it fit around a soda can.
If you press a star cookie cutter on the foam, it will leave an indentation that you can cut around.
Cut out white and blue stars.
Glue the star on the cozy. You need to let the holder dry overnight before using.
Are iced soda cans too cold to hold? Make this cozy to take to your next picnic. Put a name on the holder. Then you will know which can is yours.
Measure around the soda can with the tape measure. If you don’t have a tape measure, you can use string. You will also need to know the height of the can.
Cut out your felt to fit.
'Next place your can on the felt and draw around the bottom of the can. Cut out.
Sew the long piece of felt together with a whip stitch. A whip stitch is for securing two ends together. Hold your fabric so that the two cut end meet. Don’t overlap.
Place your thread on the needle. Double and secure with a knot. Pull your needle through one cut end and pull the tread through. Next pull your needle through the other cut end.
Then take the circle you cut and sew it on using a whip stitch.
With the complementary colored felt make letters. I spelled “Dad’s” but you could write your name or any other message you wanted.
Glue the letters on the cozy.
You can make a soda can holder for everyone in your family. Then everyone will know whose drink is whose.