Home Made ~ Zip Lock Books: Birth and Up

What you will need:

Zip lock sandwich bags
Construction paper
Pictures from magazines or photos
Glue
String, Shoe lace or Yarn
Hole Puncher

Toys Take heavy sandwich bags.

Toys Cut out construction paper in different colors to put in bag.

Toys Glue photos, picture, and different themes on both sides of the construction paper. Ideas include photos of relatives to teach children names and faces, pictures of babies cut out of magazine, animals, colors, shapes, and alphabet as children grow.

Toys Each bag becomes a double sided book of the page so paste pictures on both sides.

Toys Line the bags up with the seal all on the same side.

Robyn's Nest Taking a large needle thread through the edging of the sealed part to create a book seam. If you don’t have a needle try punching three holes in the seam and threading yarn through as binding.

Robyn's Nest Tie tightly and viola!

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About Helouise Steenkamp

I'm a 45 plus, Devoted Wife and Mother. Adonai has blessed us with two Amazingly Wonderful Sons. We have had the privilege of being Place of Safety parents for 1 1/2 years and there after foster parents to a Darling Princess for 5 years. She was reconciled with her biological parents in Dec'14. Our hearts are still aching from the loss, but we know that as we trust Adonai with our salvation, so we can trust Him with her future. We welcomed our new 4 year old foster child on 05JUN'15.
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