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  • Brittany Beach

    DIY Seat Sack tutorial. Help keep the clutter off your college room's desk top. Would need to customize the ribbon length to wrap around your room's chair back. Could also customize further by adding additional pockets and boning to the top opening to stiffen it up.

  • Tara Liekfet Marcasciano

    Seat sack - great idea for kids table

  • Ashley Post

    Super cute seat sack for Kid's craft table

  • Katie Moser

    Seat sacks for kids. A DIY homework station!

  • Erica

    Seat Sacks, recommended for kids but good for small places and kitchen tables that double as desks!

  • Effie Meyers

    DIY Seat Sack Tutorial : this is great for clearing table quickly and keeping everyones stuff grouped together when its time to eat.

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