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This summer, my boys wanted to learn to sew...actually they wanted to learn how to use my sewing machine. They're pretty fascinated with how it works. We decided to make rice packs, and I decided to scrap the memory in this sewing lesson layout.
They got to choose the fabric that they wanted from my stash. They got to choose the size and simple shape themselves, too. They did all of the sewing themselves (with just a little instruction and guidance from me), too!
This fun project gave me the perfect excuse to run to A Walk Down Memory Lane to get Carta Bella's Sew Lovely. I loved the collection when it came into the store, but I didn't have anything to use it on. Not only did I now have some sewing photos, my boys chose fabric for their projects that coordinated with the colors of the papers. I added a bit of interest to the layout by creating multiple layers with papers, stickers, and journaling cards. I popped some of them up with foam dimensional adhesive.
Just a quick sewing lesson and a fun matching layout!
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