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#21 jennaba3

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    Posted 09 September 2011 - 10:28 AM

    Ive been looking forward to doing my kids bags more than anything.. For their oot bags, Im doing, sunglasses.. sun hats.. inflatable pool toy.. personalised t shirt (which im doin for everyone to wear on the flight). Im also doing them a bag for our reception if they get bored.. In there will be a personalised teddy bear (all 4 children coming are flowergirls) colouring book and pens, sweets and ill probably pick up more things along the way  Love the cameras Sllefebvr! Where did you find them? xxxx



    #22 Sllefebvr

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      Posted 09 September 2011 - 10:41 AM

      I am at work right now and they are bookmarked on my home computer.. I'll attach the link here for you!! But I will also attach the best picture of a "kids table" that I fell in LOVE with!! Maybe it will give some inspiration also!!

       

      Originally Posted by jennaba3 

      Ive been looking forward to doing my kids bags more than anything.. For their oot bags, Im doing, sunglasses.. sun hats.. inflatable pool toy.. personalised t shirt (which im doin for everyone to wear on the flight). Im also doing them a bag for our reception if they get bored.. In there will be a personalised teddy bear (all 4 children coming are flowergirls) colouring book and pens, sweets and ill probably pick up more things along the way  Love the cameras Sllefebvr! Where did you find them? xxxx



       



      #23 kymish

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        Posted 09 September 2011 - 12:28 PM

        thanks for the idea of what to put in kids oot bags...it compeletly slipped my mind to make some for kids.. i feel like a jerk lol
         

        Originally Posted by vdaybride 

        Pool toys, sunglasses, coloring books, crayons, sand pail, shovel, small tote bag..good luck


         



        #24 Sllefebvr

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          Posted 09 September 2011 - 03:31 PM

          Here is the camera link

           

          beach-bum-nov-11.jpg



          #25 jennaba3

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            Posted 10 September 2011 - 09:30 AM



            Originally Posted by Sllefebvr 

            Here is the camera link

             

            beach-bum-nov-11.jpg



            AWW WOW!!  That is amazing!! That is soo pretty!! Never mind the kids table.. I might have this on my table! lol.. This is a great idea, especially as all the kids coming will be sat together on the same table.. I think I may have to steal some things from this pictures.. How im going to get everything over to Mexico from the UK ill never know.. I think it'll be cheaper for me to charter a private plane then pay the excess luggage! lol xxxx



            #26 Sllefebvr

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              Posted 10 September 2011 - 03:17 PM



              I know my best friend works for US Airways and I had her look up for me the price for bringing 5 bags with us and it is really not as bad as you think... abou 250.00ish

              Originally Posted by jennaba3 





              AWW WOW!!  That is amazing!! That is soo pretty!! Never mind the kids table.. I might have this on my table! lol.. This is a great idea, especially as all the kids coming will be sat together on the same table.. I think I may have to steal some things from this pictures.. How im going to get everything over to Mexico from the UK ill never know.. I think it'll be cheaper for me to charter a private plane then pay the excess luggage! lol xxxx



               



              #27 Tammy86

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                Posted 12 September 2011 - 02:21 AM

                Fabulous ideas thanks!! x



                #28 jmastr05

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                  Posted 12 September 2011 - 01:41 PM

                  My friend's daughter turned 1 the day that they arrived at my destination (Aruba). I brought a birthday gift for her, separate from her OOT bag or reception bag. They were Crocs in the smallest size available (which is said to fit ages 6 months to 18 months): http://www.crocs.com...=girls-footwear . She refused to wear any other shoes while she was in Aruba!

                   

                  While $20 is not bad for a birthday present, I can see how it could add up when multiplied by a large number of children's OOT bags. But if you don't have many kids attending, kiddie Crocs are something very useful! It seems like every kid practically lives in them in the summertime.



                  #29 Sllefebvr

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                    Posted 13 September 2011 - 05:31 AM

                    That is actually an awesome idea!! Thanks for your input!! I never would of thought of a water shoe and actually they would be great for the ocean and running around the pools and such!! I think I will hunt and see how inexpensive I can find them for now that it is the end of summer I bet I can find some on clearance!!! Thanks Again!!
                     

                    Originally Posted by jmastr05 

                    My friend's daughter turned 1 the day that they arrived at my destination (Aruba). I brought a birthday gift for her, separate from her OOT bag or reception bag. They were Crocs in the smallest size available (which is said to fit ages 6 months to 18 months): http://www.crocs.com...=girls-footwear . She refused to wear any other shoes while she was in Aruba!

                     

                    While $20 is not bad for a birthday present, I can see how it could add up when multiplied by a large number of children's OOT bags. But if you don't have many kids attending, kiddie Crocs are something very useful! It seems like every kid practically lives in them in the summertime.



                     



                    #30 Abatt060

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                      Posted 13 September 2011 - 02:30 PM

                      I am doing the very popular pail and shovel idea, a mini version of the "grown up" tote bags I am sewing for the girls, a larger water gun for the boys, other small $1 Store finds like Go Fish and Shark Bites gummy snacks and Goldfish crackers (to keep with the beach theme).

                       

                       






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