Busy Bag Activities You Can Make with Popsicle Sticks

One of the most popular projects I have shared here on Infarrantly Creative has been the busy bag sewing tutorial. Honestly, there’s a lot to love about this little bag. It’s cute-as-a-button, easy for little hands to carry, and a reallllly easy beginning sewing project. It’s perfect for travel, waiting rooms, restaurants, and anywhere else {…Read More…}

St. Patrick’s Day Ruffled Shirt

Today we have monthly IC contributor, Brook from Being Brook back with a St. Patrick’s Day Ruffled T-shirt.  I am for sure making this.  It looks so simple and she had me at “ruffle”.  You seriously must check out her blog after you see this tutorial.  Her craft room is my dream room…seriously. Hello Infarantly {…Read More…}

How to Make Friendship Bracelets

One of my most favorite crafts to do when I was in elementary school was to make friendship bracelets.  If you were my friend, acquaintance and sometimes even my enemy you received a friendship bracelet made by me.  I sold them at a stand in my neighborhood and got busted for making them in class.  {…Read More…}

Busy Bag Tutorial

So I know this week we have showed you how to do some pretty in depth sewing tutorials with the child’s backpackmega card holder wallet and the hanging toiletry bag.  I will say we saved the easiest sewing project for last.  This little “busy bag” is the perfect way to keep your kids occupied on long car rides, in restaurants, or waiting in the doctor’s office.  

busy bag sewing pattern

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