Tuesday, April 13, 2010

More Snack Bags

On a recent trip to the Goodwill I found three large fabric napkins. I knew right away what I could turn them into. More snack bags. And some pencil cases.
I made these two snack bags and three pencil cases from two napkins and some Velcro.

At work many of the girls carry all their pens and highlighters in little bags. I thought they might enjoy these.

Also who couldn't use some cute snack bags. The pirate ones I made here have received rave reviews.

12 comments:

  1. I LOVE these Alyssa! Too cute.

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  2. What a great use for those napkins! Nice job!

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  3. I've been loving the idea of these fabric snack bags. Yours look so lovely too. But I don't know if they would hold up to my kids and hubby.

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  4. great way to re use. did you line your snack bags?

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  5. Great repurposing! Funky fabric.

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  6. I really like this idea. Just bookmarked the tutorial. I hate wasting money on plastic. You just throw them in the wash each week. Sounds perfect to me!

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  7. What a great idea! We take a lot of road trips, and I think my children would love some fashionable snack bags to take along.

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  8. What a great way to recycle. There would be just so many uses for those little bags. Wonderful!

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  9. Very creative! Love these! :o)

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  10. Very cute! I followed the links and downloaded the tutorial.

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  11. Alyssa, I love your snack bags and these are fabrics are perfect for them. Love the pencil cases too. Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Love that fabric! What a great find!

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