Monday, September 14, 2020

BBTB2; Life in 3D

It’s time for another challenge at the Bitten By The Bug 2 challenge site. The challenge theme is Life in 3D. 

I decided to make these cute round bags from the Plantin Schoolbook cartridge. I made a few of them for my teacher friends. I used the apple from the Doodlecharms cartridge to embellish them.

I used three different patterned papers for each bag. Cut them at 6”. This was so they were able to fit on a 12x12 mat. I have the larger mat, but this is a perfect size for the bag.
We scored this school desk/chair combo from our local school district for our granddaughter to use at home for Distance Learning. It’ll give her a designated spot to do her school work.
Each apple has a red button with twine on the left corner. I also stamped “thank you” to the bottom right side of the apple. 

Aren’t these super cute?!? Be sure to link up your 3D project to the BBTB2 site before Friday, September 25th. Be sure to let us know what cut you used for your project. I can’t wait to see what you make!


  1. How adorable are these? I didn't even know those bags were on that cartridge. The buttons are a perfect extra touch.

  2. these are some super cute projects! each a little unique, love it!


  3. The bags really are super cute! I love seeing projects with the "old" cartridges. I am sure the teachers will love these apple bags!

  4. Teachers need to be recognized for having to change up their whole system of teaching. I know it’s not easy. What a nice tribute.

  5. What a cute little gift that will be really appreciated!

  6. Your friends are going to love these! So cute and the little button is the perfect extra touch!

  7. Those are super cute!!!!! Teachers deserve all the love and appreciation we can give them right now. The doodle charms apple is my favorite, fun to see it showcased!


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