|photos via MADE and the rigneys|
|photo via the rigneys|
- Busy bag swap parties are a great way of easily growing your collection. Pick one or two busy bags you feel you can easily make, ask a few friends to do the same, make several copies of your bags, then meet up and have a swap.
- Many of these busy bags contain small paper parts, which I would suggest laminating for long term durability. I’m gifting myself this Scotch Thermal Laminator as an early Christmas present this year. You might want to consider doing the same!
P.S. If you’re really looking to have the holidays in the bag this year, we’ve got two ways to help. First get the holiday shopping out of the way with all 10 of our 2013 Gift Guides here…
Second, check out our new eBook, Hands-On Holidays, packed with low-prep and low-stress ideas for make memories crafting, cooking, reading and adventuring with the kids!
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