DIY: Seatbelt Pillow for Your Epic Summer Road Trips: New One Minute Video

Road Trip!

Some of my earliest memories include legendary family road trips to the Black Hills, Missouri, and the Boundary Waters. From four kids sleeping side by side in the back of the station wagon to the red metal Coleman cooler and the canoe tied to the top to peeing in a three pound coffee can. My memory synapsis do a happy dance anytime my brain recalls this time in my life.

Then there’s the epic road trip to Oregon in the Pinto with Judy and Karleen when we were 17. The trip that brought me face to face with my future ruggedly handsome husband in Cody, Wyoming. 🙂

Times have definitely changed in the road trip safety department since then, thank goodness. Now, we’re safely strapped in tight on our Oregon Coast trips, drives to Boise and our treks back to Minnesota.

To make sure everyone is comfortable on your next road trip, make a few of these soft seatbelt pillows ahead of time. Everyone can have their own personalized pillow to cuddle with when resting up between stops.

You can see the Facebook version here:

If you’re not on Facebook, you can watch the video here:

Click here to see the full tutorial.

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About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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4 Responses to DIY: Seatbelt Pillow for Your Epic Summer Road Trips: New One Minute Video

  1. Nathalie says:

    Hello. I’m leaving in France. It was few weeks I think I must make a pillow for for the safety belt for my son. And I stumbled across your site looking at another article. Thanks for this tutorial. This will help me finally decide to do it. Nathalie

  2. Adorei vou fazer pra minha netinha ,Deus abençoe vc com todo seus talentos abraços

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