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Old 08-17-2010, 06:41 PM   #1
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Kids' BackPacks with Puppet Friends
I made these 3 backpacks/bags for my 3 grandkids. The Spiderman finger puppet is a bit of a stretch. After I told them who it was, they agreed that's who it looks like. I found Spiderman fabric to line the boys' bags. I bought the pattern here: http://www.jujubeandlolo.com/patterns/buddybags.php
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Old 08-17-2010, 09:26 PM   #2
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So cute! Spider man is so popular with little boys. I made spiderman afghans for my two grandsons for Christmas, and they both loved them.
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Ah Gramma Lori, how cute! You're the bestest grammy!
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That is super cute! I love your idea of lining the bags with fabric that had a matching theme ... it looks awesome! I'm sure the boys will LOVE them!
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It looks like the kiddies are all set for a sleep over at Grandma's.

Very cute, fun bags.
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Old 08-19-2010, 01:53 AM   #8
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Nice bags for the grand kids.

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The Spiderman finger puppet is a bit of a stretch. After I told them who it was, they agreed that's who it looks like.
Kids have great imaginations, especially with a little prompting. LOL

I love the girlie one with the little bunny.
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I like the girly one with the bunny, also. Works out with two grand daughters.

Sitting here, thinking of how to make a Spidey finger puppet, I think you did great!
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What a great idea! I am sure they love them
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