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|Author||Becca's Boutique Bows|
Note from the author:
"Does your child absolutely love those I-Spy books? Mine do. The only problem with them was they eventually had them completely memorized. Then I discovered I-Spy bags. They are fantastic because they are portable, and every time my kids look at them, things are arranged differently. They are never the same twice and can't be memorized! Not to mention, there are no pages to tear.
These are totally self contained, so you can take them anywhere. I love to use them in “quiet bags” to take with me to places that I need my kids to be occupied and quiet- like church, or a Dr.'s office. They do a great job of keeping them busy and quiet.
These are really easy to make, and can be finished in less than an hour!"
this is great if you can find all the kids enjoyed it on a road trip but not much after they found everything lol
This is a great tutorial. From this, I was able to use the ideas here and totally make it my own and now have a small business with my own version of these. Thanks for the basic info. :)
This is a wonderful pattern. So fun to make! Whenever I make a baby gift I like to make one of these for the older sibling(s) so they won't feel left out. They've always loved them!
I made these for my daughters and nephews 2 years ago and they are still playing with them. Great pattern easy to follow.
I've seen these on the internet and they are pricey!!! Thanks for coming up with a pattern, Are these safe for babies? I would totally reinforce seams. Thanks! Debby