The end of birthday season is almost here. One of the birthdays is for my oldest son whose party is next weekend. He is having a laser tag party. He requested that his goodie bags be simple black felt ones. No painting or anything on them. To help know whose bag is whose, I added some red and blue felt tags to the ribbon handles (added before the bag was sewn). Red and blue are the colors of the two teams at the laser tag place. I'll paint on the names of everyone who I know will be at the party, and then I'll bring a sharpie to write the names of kids who come but did not rsvp. Right now I know 6 of the 9 kids will be there. I'm so glad that he wanted a simple bag this year. It makes getting ready for his party so much easier. Now I just need to knit a sack bot for him (a robot sack boy from the game Little Big Planet 2). I found some cotton yarn that looks kind of like woodgrain. It is the one thing other than the goodie bags that he asked me to make for his birthday.
The felt is eco-fi felt, which is made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottles.
Instead of using a die cut of a tag this year, I just cut out some rectangles and cut a slit on one side of the felt tags.