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Sewing with kids Scented bags

I first planned on doing this activity with my 6 year old but she didn't seem interested on the flip side my 4 year old was...My 4 year old is hyper, really a go go go kid..so I was unsure how this would turn out but who could pass up a time to teach.. 
So first we picked out some fabric scraps we had and cut out a long rectangle. Really you can make them any shape. We folded the rectangle in half and sewed 2 sides. (one did not need to be sewed as again we folded it in half) The picture above is one of many but the others were very blurry as I was trying to stay away from the needle lol
He did pretty well though and really was proud of himself after. 
Once the two sides were done we went outside and picked some lavender and mint and filled our bags. We finished by sewing the last side.
 Not bad for a first try and he loves rubbing them and smelling what is inside. I am thinking maybe the lavender one can stay between his pillow and pillow case for night time ;)

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