Toy Stroller Makeover

So, my daughter has this cute little toy stroller for her dolls/stuffed puppies/sippy cup.  It's very versatile, and it gets a lot of use.  Due to that, the cover that it came with started falling apart recently, not that it was that great to begin with-- poor quality fabric, coarse binding, and loose stitching.  At first, I thought I was just going to fix the parts that were coming apart, but then I figured if I was going to spend time on it, why not just make a new one?  Here's a photo of the old cover (after I already took it apart to use as a pattern for the new one):
Yeah, not a fan of the washed-out flower pattern.  So, I got myself some bias tape (one day I'll try making my own, but not this time), cute fabric, and ribbon.  I looked at the existing cover to see how it had been done and basically followed the same method.
I am not much of a pattern seamstress, so this was a big accomplishment for me.  It only took a couple of hours one afternoon, and I already had all the supplies except the bias tape.  I reused the buckle from the previous cover, and I reinforced all the trouble spots, where the old one had been wearing out, on the new cover.
My daughter is back in business and loving it!