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Decorated Valentine's Bag for Valentines

By: Kristin Fitch

Does your child need a bag to collect all of his Valentines and goodies on Valentine's Day for school or a party? Let the kids help you make this super cute and easy Valentine's Bag in a snap.


Valentine's Day Lunch Bags
 

Materials:

  • Brown bag
  • Colored foam or construction paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Markers
  • Ribbon or string (approx. 8-12 inches)
  • Hole punch

Instructions:

  1. Take the top of the bag and fold the 2 corners in to make a point at top (while bag is flat and laying down).
     
  2. Now fold over the top of the bag, to make an envelope-type flap.

     
     
  3. Cut a 1 1/2" slit in center of front of bag, to accommodate the point of the flap and keep bag closed. To strengthen this cut, you can attach a piece of foam or paper to the front or inside of bag, making a slit in this attachment also.
     
  4. Make a hole with punch on the back side edges of the bag.
     
  5. Thread string through holes on both sides and tie off, removing excess string.
     
  6. Decorate the bag with foam or paper, attaching pieces with glue stick.


     

 

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