Seashell Sensory Bag

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Picture 087Okay confession time. I am kind of a crazy bag lady. I save bags like every time the kids get a new toy, or you get a new pillowcase or curtain…etc. The thicker plastic on these bags is perfect for your more rough and tumble sensory bags.

Picture 088So here is the thing I usually use a heat knife.

228085-1I love it because it seals the bag as it cuts. So it is really handy. I am going to assume that not everyone has this nifty tool. So what you will need to do is cut the bag below the snaps if it has snaps like mine. If it has a zipper zip it closed and Just tape all around your baggie.

If you don’t have a zipper you have a snap like the baggie I have. After cutting the top off you need to fold the open side over. I fold mine twice. Then tape all around the baggie every side of it.

Materials Needed:
Thicker plastic baggie
clear packing tape or duct tape
scissors
sand
seashells
glass beads

Directions:
1. Add sand to the baggie you don’t want the baggie too full. I usually fill the baggie about 1/3 full
2. Add seashells and glass beads.
3. Follow step by step instructions above

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