So you can fit a little, and carry it as a shoulder bag, or a lot and carry it as a satchel.
Then (and for some reason, blogger keeps loading this picture side ways - silly blogger) I made some simple produce bags. One big and one little, to keep with the "little or a lot" theme ;) In other "bag" news, I made up these little "nap-sacks" for the boys. As we all know, the worlds problems can often be solved with crafting, so I sat down to my sewing machine to set about solving my "non-nappers" problem and came up with these bags. Instead of just attaching the straps, I made my very first button holes ever (note, there are no close-ups) and attached the straps with buttons. Now they can be used as bags out and about, or strapped over their bed, like so:
Yeah, you're probably thinking, "does she ever dress her kids??" Well I do. But they undo it. At the moment, he was wearing his red underwear and playing "Mogli".
Did these actually solve the problem with non-nappage?? Well, no. But now I have a handy place to store books and jammies and such.
P.S. I stumbled onto this blog when I was doing color week and I love it. Such cool photography and such pretty wares in her shop. Anyways, she's having a give-away this week and I definately want in on it. You can too!