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Reusable Sandwich Bags…Wednesday Windings {LINK UP} 04/06/2011 — 13 Comments

  1. Your hubby is too funny! What a cute idea. We don’t have too many plastic bags either since we have the re-useable kind…but this is so neat! They would make a great snack bag for my LO (since he isn’t eating sandwhiches yet). I’m inspired. And this looks like something even I could do (since I’m crafting challenged).

    • It really was pretty easy, although I have some corrections to make on the next one. Jen didn’t even bother covering hers with fabric, she just folded them up and sewed them, but I think the fabric makes it cute. We’ll see what the Ladybug says today when she gets home.

  2. Oh my goodness!!! This is just so funny….and something I would done, since I loath directions and generally eyeball everything 🙂

    • Scrapbooking and cardmaking I never measure anything, really. Sewing is a whole different ball game, apparently. My eyeballing has gotten my seam ripper some serious practice the last couple months! 🙂

  3. Oh Jamie — don’t you worry about the plastic bag shortage, I have about a million at my house that you can use to your heart’s content. It seems to me every time I go to do my “big” shopping trips, my recycled bags are never in my jeep…go figure. Anyway…your project looks great and I’m going to give it a try myself this weekend. Good job!!

  4. I love this post BECAUSE your project didn’t turn out perfect! I’m not a very hands-on crafty person and often am intimidated by project instructions I see online. So, it’s comforting to know that crafty people like you don’t always get it right the first time! It’s a cute project, though, and I’m sure next time you’ll get it just right.

    • Thanks! I linked up and I’m enjoying paging through all the great projects already there! I’m excited to try some more once I stockpile some more bags. I’ve had several people bring me there’s since I posted the article! 🙂

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