Paper Lunch Bag Scrapbooks Plus Free Printable

This week my girls are at Camp Nana & Papa. And before they left they had been making a list of all the things they wanted to do and places they wanted to go. Thinking it would be fun if they had a little scrapbook to take with them (and consciously trying to spend more time with them) I gathered some supplies and we got to work.

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Inside the first page was a Wish List of all the things they wanted to do. As they do them, they can check it off their list. I made sure to give my mom instructions to take lots of pictures so that the girls would have something to add to their scrapbook.

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To do this project you will need about 5 lunch bags per book, ribbon for the binding, hole punch, scrapbook paper, stickers, glue sticks, Washi Tape (I finally did a project using Washi Tape and loved it!), embellishments  and whatever else you want to use to dress up the pages.

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If you decide to do this project I imagine your list may look different than ours so I created a free printable that you and your kids can customize by hand-writing things in.

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Click HERE to Download PDF.
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7 Comments

  1. THIS is perfect for when Shawn’s parents come in a couple weeks. I’m going to put one together for Madelyn. We have a Polaroid printer and this is the perfect craft for it. I’m so glad you posted this one.

  2. I love the “Camp” Nana and Papa. So cute as are the books that you made for the kids. I will have to remember this for my Grandbabies 🙂
    Hugs for the idea!
    Bj

  3. I picked up a pack of lunchbags in a dollar store on my travels in Cali last year – haven’t used them yet, but am def going to make a mini book or two with them!

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