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Back to School backpack

This little backpack was inspired by the SCS tutorial .  As some of you know, I’m not one to use templates, as I’d rather fuss around with my own, or try something that I think might make my life easier.  So, for this backpack I made the main body of the backpack using an envelope bag which I find super simple to do.  I think the shape of it looks much like the backpack bag.  I followed the SCS tutorial for the front pouch, and ribbon ties at the top and back.

IMG_9025 Backpack w 30IMG_9027 Backpack w 30

I will be giving this with a little gift tucked inside, to the French tutor we had for my son over the summer.  She’s been really wonderful!

Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!!

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7 Comments

  1. Love your sweet little backpack Deena! That gingham dp on the flaps adds the perfect touch!

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  2. Very cute, love the colors. I tried this once before and wasn’t happy with the results, you have inspired me to give it another try. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Anonymous says

    Very cute, love your colors. Tried this once and what so happy with it, you have inspired me to give it another chance.

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  4. Hi Deena
    I like Bonnidee but my favorite store is Soko. I buy my new Matt and Nat purses there every year. One of dearest best friends lives in Beaconsfield and I try to visit at least once a year.
    I will let you know the next time I am there and we can meet for a drink….

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