school lunch mats

Just want to share these real quick, before they get used, abused or lost.   The frog one in the top pic, is from last year. I made two more, one for back up.

You can see the instructions on how to make them HERE.

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11 Responses to school lunch mats

  1. We home-school, but looking at your gorgeous snack bags and mats etc I’d be tempted to send mine to school, ha ha!! These are really lovely, and love your fabrics! X

  2. Camila F. says:

    Such a great idea! I love all the fabrics!

  3. DeniseLynn says:

    Hello I just found you in GreenCraft … went a little silly when I saw your great portfolio. I love it and had to check out your blog. So here I am and WOW … let me just admit now I’m sure to return often and soak up some inspiration. I was just at the fabric store looking for ispiration to make a lunch bag/tote. I am lovin your little place mats here and may just need to make something like it for myself. to match my little tote of course. I recently bought my first sewing machine and am excited to learn. Anyway I just thought, since I’m new here, I’d stop and say hello. {and thanks for the inspiration you share}

  4. bimbi says:

    I love your fabric collections :) wow,
    thank you for sharing

  5. tuttle88 says:

    GENIUS! I’m a nanny and I am totally going to make one of these to add to my bag of tricks.

    p.s. when I first wrote “genius” I spelled it wrong.

  6. Michelle says:

    Have you thought about making matching lunch bags??

  7. Melanie says:

    can you tell me what that owl fabric is? I love, love, love it so much (I currently have an owl obsession).

  8. MaryDK says:

    Where do you buy your fabric? On-line? Thanks for the instructions!!

  9. Theadra says:

    I love your site. Great stuff. And I love your site’s name. My favorite dog of all was named Kismet. He passed a few years back. I miss him.

    Keep up the good work

  10. raesha says:

    LOVE IT!!!! So darling. Can I post this tutorial on my blog???

  11. I love this project. It’s so cute and the tutorial is great. I hope you don’t mind but I linked to your project on my blog post today: http://www.fashionablyorganized.com/2010/09/wednesday-bts-diy/ I have added you to my google reader, because I just love your projects.

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