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Notebook Paper Inspired Teacher Book Bag Gift

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Create a Notebook Paper Inspired Book Bag for your favorite Teacher in just about 30 minutes. With just three supplies, plus a ruler and an iron, make a cute tote bag personalized with your Teacher's name.

Start with a plain canvas tote bag – mine is 16″ square from Canvas Corp Brands.

Measure and draw horizontal lines across the width with a pencil – I started 3″ from the top with the lines in 1″ increments.

Mark two vertical margin lines at 1/4″ apart, 2″ in from the left side. To make the binder holes on the left, draw a small circle at the first line, a middle line, and the last line.

Trace over all the pencil marks with fine-point permanent markers – red for the margin lines, blue for the writing lines, and black for the binder holes.
Spell out your favorite teacher's name with Joy iron-on embroidered letters. Iron them on according to the package directions. I like to use a flat craft iron without steam holes for better adhesion.
Fill your Teacher Appreciation Book Bag with great BOOKS (of course) and give it to that special teacher!
Check out my Back to School Pencil Banner with Kunin Felt perfect for that special teacher in your life!
Make a Back to School Pencil Banner with Creatively Beth

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Too busy to make this Notebook Paper Inspired Book Bag right now? Pin it for later!  I'd love for you to pin this project to your favorite craft board on Pinterest and then it’ll be waiting for you when you’re ready.

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Be sure to check out my Instagram for even more inspiration.
Thanks for stopping by!  -Beth

13 thoughts on “Notebook Paper Inspired Teacher Book Bag Gift

  • That’s a lovely gift idea. Thanks for sharing with us at Handmade Monday 🙂

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    • Thank you, Julie! Super easy with limited supplies!

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  • Cute and wonderful idea. I visited you via A Morning Cup Of Joe Linky Party
    If interested, find my entries: 26+27 and then navigate toward the bottom of my page for the Senior Salon Pit Stop linkup.

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  • What a sweet gift Beth. I’ve pinned this for a teacher friend.
    Thank you for sharing your teacher appreciation project at Create, Bake, Grow & Gather this week. I delighted to be featuring it at tonight’s party and pinning too.
    Hugs,
    Kerryanne

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    • THANK YOU for the feature Kerryanne!

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    • THANK YOU, Donna! I love that it is SUPER EASY to make!

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