Find the tutorial at Pellon Projects. The basic idea is that if you have an ink-jet printer, you can print right onto interfaced fabric. If you print coloring pages, you or your child can color them with permanent markers, but the ink bleeds slightly. If you print a colored picture, you can set it with a dry iron. Then just sew the pages together! I used round binder clips and buttonholes to bind the book. I’ll be able to take out and add pages when I want.
This page is Bullseye from Toy Story with some string to tie a bow. It’s way too old for Henry, but one day he’ll need practice!
The second page I had the idea from my original Harry Potter quiet book from a couple of years ago. You can lift his bangs to find his scar underneath.
This page is also from the original Harry Potter quiet book. I sewed a white felt piece with a zipper over a picture of Harry, so it looks like he is wearing his invisibility cloak.
For the last page I used the free fruit printable from Ucreate. I didn’t use all the fruit though. I printed the fruit right onto the interfaced fabric and cut them out. The back page has velcro on it, and a pocket to keep all the extra fruit pieces.