Handmade Holidays Nov. 1: Gifts for Students

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It’s here! It’s time for our 10th Annual Handmade Holidays series! We put together a great selection of gifts to make for students, plus an awesome giveaway too! Be inspired to make and give!

Make It


Earbuds Case
Keep those earbuds tangle free and easy to find with this earbud case by Melissa of The Polka Dot Chair.


Quilted Tablet Case
Make a custom quilted tablet case (designed by Shannon of Shannon Brinkley) for your student’s electronics.


I.D. Wallet
Help your favorite student keep their ID handy with this useful keychain designed by  “Elaine” of Ms. Elaineous.


Messenger Bag
Help your favorite student tote all of their essentials around with this great messenger bag by Amber of Crazy Little Projects.


Emoji Key Rings
Express yourself with these fun emoji key rings/backpack decorations designed by Hannah of The Crafternoon Cabaret Club.


Sunglasses Case
College students practically live in those sunnies! Make this sunglasses case (designed by Laura for Sew Mama Sew) to protect them when not in use.


Phone Wallet
This cute phone wallet (designed by Jilly for Sew Mama Sew) holds everything you need when running out the door and is still small enough to fit in the palm of your hand!


Instagram-Inspired Cross-Body Bag
Share your love Instagram with this statement bag (designed by Cheri for Sew Mama Sew), great for on-the-go essentials. 


Knit Book Covers
Protect the mounds of text books with these knit book covers designed by Teresa of Sew Mama Sew.


First Aid Kit
This zippered, fabric first aid kit (designed by Sherri for Sew Mama Sew), stocked with all the essentials, would be perfect to carry in a backpack or overnight bag!

Related tutorials you might enjoy: 3-Ring Binder Pouch Tutorial, Easy-Clean Lunch Bag Tutorial

 

Win It

Comment on today’s post for a chance to win one of these prizes!
Tip: If you’re hoping to win a prize that notes “US shipping only,” include your state in your name (i.e. Beth in WA) so we can confirm residence and avoid any disappointment on your end. Shipping range is determined by the generous companies that contribute prizes.

The Tunic Bible: One Pattern, Interchangeable Pieces, Ready-to-Wear Results!

Author: Sarah Gunn and Julie Starr
Publisher: C&T Publishing

It’s the only tunic pattern you’ll ever need! A graded bodice pattern with alternate neck plackets, collars, and sleeves provides many unique, ready-to-wear fashions. From everyday casual to preppy chic, boho, or glamorous, you’ll find the look that’s right for you. Well respected in the sewing industry for their pattern reviews and online garment challenges, Sarah Gunn and Julie Starr make the tunic accessible and exciting for those with basic sewing skills and beyond. Full size tear-out pattern included. Sizes XS-XXL.

Check out our 2015 Handmade Holidays list for more fun, creative ideas.

We respect the copyright of all crafters. All photos are used with permission from the artist.

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232 Responses to Handmade Holidays Nov. 1: Gifts for Students

  1. Angela says:

    Angela in LA

  2. bookboxer says:

    These are terrific ideas – thanks so much!

  3. Barb K in NE says:

    I really like the Messenger Bag!

  4. Katie in CA says:

    I’m planning to put those sunglasses cases in stockings this year!

  5. Sangeetha says:

    Emoji rings definite win with my kids

  6. Lydia says:

    I like all these ideas. Definitely a few that will go onto my gift list.

  7. Cyrus says:

    Lots of good ideas! The first aid kit is great.

  8. Sam in FL says:

    Love the messenger bag. Hope someone makes one for ME!

  9. sumac in VT says:

    Such inspiration!

  10. Judie Oler says:

    I love so many ideas for gifts for my granddaughters who are teenagers. So hard to please, but looks like some fun gifts to make.

  11. Vickie blose says:

    Sunglasses case is a cutie pootie

  12. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Brenda Ackerman in GP Oregon

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    These are all fantastic gift ideas! I know for sure I will be making the ear plug case and several others!

  13. I love the first aid kit.

  14. Paula in Texas says:

    Love the ear bud case. If I hadn’t just retired, I’d make these! Students lucky enough to receive one will love them also.

  15. Maggie C says:

    Love the book cover idea!

  16. Debbie KL says:

    Love the tablet case!

  17. caroline rohrer in NV says:

    fun projects

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  19. Rena says:

    Love that instagram bag! November is my favorite month at Sew mama sew!

  20. Shannon in WA says:

    A phone case wallet would make a great gift for students and teens alike. I need an ID case for my own student ID! In fact, it’s currently MIA 🙂

  21. Shannon in TX says:

    The key rings are adorable!

  22. fenna says:

    those quilted tablet cases are gorgeous!!!

  23. Amanda at APO says:

    Perfect bag choices!

  24. Lisa in MA says:

    These are so great – I never would have thought to make the emoji key rings, but I know a few people who would love them!

  25. Brenda in Washington says:

    all of these projects appeal to me – especially the earbuds case and quilted tablet case. And oooh – the tunic bible as a giveaway! i lust after that book lol

  26. Amy Anderson, Illinois says:

    Love the earbud case and all the fun things for the kids.

  27. Luciana says:

    So many great project! My favorite for Christmas would be an easy one: the book cover.

  28. Bonnie in WA says:

    Love the ID Wallet! Now if I can just start on all the gifts BEFORE December this year..

  29. Jayne says:

    I’ve got to make an ID wallet!! Wonderful ideas!

  30. Andrea in WV says:

    I’m definitely making that first aid kit!

  31. Karen Addleman says:

    I like the First Aid kit. It would be a perfect gift for almost anyone.

  32. lee says:

    I love the quilted tablet case!

  33. Liz says:

    I have to make some earbud cases. Mine are always getting tangled, and I know some people who would appreciate some.

  34. Donna says:

    Cute ideas. Thank you.

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  36. beth says:

    That ID wallet is so practical! And oooooh, I’d love to win this book. Been looking at it online!

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  38. Jean says:

    In VA

    Sunglasses cases are super. Hope to have one left for me

  39. Cary says:

    How can an elephant be so cute!! Love all of these projects, and this series!

  40. Kaelyn says:

    Quilted tablet case – so perfect!

  41. Eileen says:

    Love the ear buds case!!

  42. amber in nyc says:

    I really like the messenger bag pattern.

  43. Elizabethdx says:

    Thank you for doing this series, which I look forward to eagerly each year. You always find such great projects! Lately I have been on a pouch-making kick so the ID holder with key ring is going to the top of the project list.

  44. Tablet case-yes.

  45. Rachel in Texas says:

    Love the quilted tablet cover!

  46. Gina Ia. says:

    Key chains, id wallet awesome gifts!

  47. RobinS in OR says:

    Great start for the month! I may make the tablet case for myself.

  48. Shelley in La. says:

    I need to make the glasses cases, with an attached necklace of sorts. I lost my glasses all the time! Thank you for the inspiration!

  49. Nancy in CO says:

    Great ideas!

  50. Jen B. says:

    I think my daughter could make the emoji keychains for her friends. What a cool idea!

  51. Elizabeth says:

    These are all great ideas! I love the instagram bag!

  52. Kylie C in OR says:

    I love the knit book covers- they were my favorite in middle school but I never thought about making them for my own kids.

  53. Mandi in MD says:

    Emoji key rings are super cute!

  54. Camille says:

    The ID wallet project is a gem.

  55. Mandi in CO says:

    Emoji key rings – yes!

  56. Lindsay in Iowa says:

    First aid kit is so practical! I should sew one for my car!

  57. Anne in KS says:

    Such cute ideas!

  58. erika says:

    Great ideas!

  59. Aimee in VA says:

    Fabulous!

  60. Annette says:

    Oh yeah, I love handmade holidays!!!!

  61. Jodie in NJ says:

    Great projects – I could see making several of these.

  62. Thank you for a lot of great ideas!

  63. Barb B in BC says:

    Oh that first aid kit would be perfect for a busy mom I know. Thanks for the wonderful ideas you put together.

  64. LouisaR says:

    Really love the elephant quilted laptop case!

  65. Mindy in Alabama says:

    What great ideas! I look forward to this series every year.

  66. Chiska says:

    I love the instagram bag!

  67. I need a sunglass case – thinking of cork.

  68. Laurie says:

    These are great: I love the mini messenger bag especially!

  69. Dorothy says:

    A Tunic Bible? That looks amazing!

    I’m really looking forward to these round ups!

  70. Mary Freeman says:

    My Christmas gift making shop is open. Always looking for new ideas. There are some great ones in this post.

  71. Pamela says:

    Sew many wonderful projects to make. Love the ID cases and tablet and earbud cases. I will be making a lot of these and hope to make at leasdt one of everything.

  72. Angie says:

    My favorite time of the year. I think I need an emoji key ring to show it.

  73. Ari in NJ says:

    I love the elephant tablet case!

  74. Jennifer N. in CA says:

    I almost missed Handmade Holidays this year. There are so many of these ideas right here that are solutions to problems. Thank you for sharing.

  75. Bridget says:

    My friend Joan will adore that scrappy applique elephant on the tablet case!

  76. Mary Ann says:

    The id case might be perfect for my niece this year.

  77. Anne in Tx says:

    Thanks for starting this series again. I love it.

  78. Giorgia says:

    I’m so tempted to try to make the book covers! Great gifts for Christmas!

  79. jessicac says:

    Not a student, but want the messenger bag and earbud case!

  80. Lulu says:

    Great gifts! Love the earbuds case, it’s a nice gift for kids!

  81. Paula says:

    Great ideas! I must try the knit book covers, it’s a neat idea, thanks!

  82. asteride says:

    I would make earbuds for all my friends!

    • asteride says:

      sorry, earbuds cases….

  83. Louisa says:

    I love the emoji key chains!

  84. Audrey says:

    I love the tablet case, so cute!

  85. Ellen M. says:

    I’m so glad Handmade Holidays is back! Always so many great ideas. Thanks!!

  86. Anya says:

    Love the messenger bag!

  87. Rose in the UK says:

    Love the tote bag.

  88. Gia says:

    So many great ideas!
    Thanks for the round-up and thanks for the wonderful giveaway!!

  89. Tracy Thompson says:

    Some fantastic ideas for stash busting those smaller pieces into amazing gifts

  90. Pauline says:

    Love the id wallet keychain pattern!

  91. Kate in WA says:

    I’m inspired to sew up the messenger bag for my 15 year old granddaughter. Thanks!

  92. DeborahGun says:

    Fantastic ideas!

  93. Judy In OR says:

    These are all great gift ideas.

  94. Diane says:

    Great ideas. I like the first aid kit and tablet cover.

  95. Teri says:

    Would love to win for my daughters!

  96. Penny Ray says:

    There are some great ideas on this page!

  97. Nita says:

    Agreat ideas!

  98. Renea says:

    Lots of great ideas and just the inspiration I need to get started on making someof those xmas gifts. Thanks for the giveaways.

  99. Ramona says:

    I really like the first aid kit. Everyone needs one of these.

  100. Perfect, thank you for the reminder about the earbuds case.

  101. Andrea says:

    I love tunics.

  102. Vicki (from UK) says:

    OOOOOOO – I love this time of year-every night I rush home from work to see what is on offer.
    Love form the UK

  103. jackie in indiana says:

    thanks for sharing all these great ideas!!!!

  104. Michelle says:

    I have been wanting to make that messenger bag for a while!

  105. Suzanne says:

    Love the quilts tablet case. I would make it for myself

  106. Barbara says:

    Love the quilted tablet case. Thanks for all the great ideas!

  107. Ava says:

    Great ideas.

  108. Liz in VA says:

    Oh, I’ll be making a number of these gift ideas! They are perfect!

  109. Anne Marie says:

    Great ideas for anyone!

  110. Jane says:

    I love all of these ideas, however I am always a bit daunted by sewing anything that isn’t flat.

  111. JoShell Koliva says:

    Love the ideas for my student! Cant wait to try a few.

  112. Whitner says:

    That first aid kit is adorable!

  113. Susan says:

    Nice projects and should be enough time to finish at least one! He hehe
    The Tunic Bible looks amazing!
    Susan in Florida

  114. Sarah N says:

    Woohoo! I love the month of November on Sew Mama Sew! Thanks for putting all of it together. 🙂

  115. TerryKes in Illinois says:

    Umm, Gifts for Students? I’m thinking Gifts for Just about Anybody! Handmade Holidays is the BEST prep for the Holidays! I love it every.year. Yay! And a Tunic Bible? YES! I’ve been looking for the perfect tunic pattern based on one I bought a few years ago and haven’t found it … I’d love to win this!

  116. Lesley says:

    Great ideas for my kids!
    I live in Oregon

  117. Colleen says:

    Woohoo! Time for the handmade holidays list again! I look forward to seeing the list every year. The first thing I’ll make is the earbuds case, because the ubiquitous ear buds always come with knots.

  118. Audrey in PA says:

    Wow, these are all great. I can’t decide which to do first!

  119. Sarah J says:

    I know someone who would love those emoji key rings! Thanks for some great ideas!

  120. Jan says:

    Jan S, from Illinois Love all of these ideas! Can’t wait to start making some of these for Christmas gifts for my family.

  121. Kevin Rice says:

    So happy to see this series again!

  122. Kathryn in VA says:

    I need to make several of these things for myself. Thanks for the tutorial links.

  123. Pam in Calif. says:

    Super ideas! Also love that these are good projects for using scraps!

  124. Jeanne in TN says:

    Love the earbuds case (always losing mine!) and the first aid kit. Perfect co-worker gifts!

  125. Beth from NY says:

    That first aid kit looks very fun and very practical.

  126. Eleanor says:

    So many great ideas!

  127. Mary of NY says:

    I look forward to Handmade Holidays all year long. Glad it’s finally here. You all do a fantastic job of compiling cool projects to make. Thanks for all of your hard work!!!

  128. Monica says:

    I’m downloading the earbuds and the ID wallet patterns. Perfect gifts for those young adults.

  129. Bekki says:

    Some nice ideas. I like the instagram bag

  130. Susan says:

    Tunics are a great “go to” wardrobe staple.
    I want to make some from this pattern set. How clever to utilize diffent collars and such afternyiu have a perfect fit.

  131. Thanks! The messenger bag is just the thing my son has been asking for…and he wants to make it HIMSELF! Cheers!

  132. Aimee says:

    These are all great ideas, especially the Insta-bag. Thanks for sharing!

  133. Kay says:

    I would love to win the book!

  134. Joan says:

    I am excited every year for November to see your gift projects. Always find something I never knew I needed to make.

  135. MarjoryW says:

    Your ideas for student gifts are great. I would love to win the tunic pattern.

  136. Kerry in WA says:

    My kids would love the emjoi key rings to hang from their backpacks!

  137. Susan Mollnow says:

    That quilted tablet case would be great for my college freshman! Also, we have the Tunic Bible at the shop where I just started working. It is definitely on my Want List!

  138. Christine says:

    Love the quilted tablet case!

  139. Patty says:

    I love all of the bags to keep stuff in.

  140. Those emojis – what a great idea. My daughter likes to give a small trinket with her Christmas cards at the end of the year and these would fit the ticket perfectly. Plus she can customise them to give each of her friends the “emo” that best suits them!
    I love your choice of prize BTW – after seeing the amazing dresses the authors were wearing at Market this weekend, I am really keen to try my had at a tunic!

  141. Katie says:

    Thanks for the post. Looking forward to the entire series! Katie (CO)

  142. Linda says:

    Look forward every year to the Handmade Holiday lists!

  143. Alison Kennedy says:

    I so look forward to this series each year – today’s selection has some fabulous ideas!
    Thank you

  144. Heidi says:

    I can’t believe it’s time for handmade holidays! I am so excited!!

  145. Paige says:

    Loving that ID wallet! Count me in for The Tunic Bible, looks fantastic!

  146. Trina says:

    Those are some fun ideas!

  147. Donna says:

    These are cute and practical gift ideas, really like the sunglass case.

  148. Charlotte says:

    Oooh I love the earbuds case and the tablet cover! A student myself, I definitely could see myself gifting myself one of these this year…(“oooh, who’s this gift for? me? and from me? i’m sure i’m gonna love it”) 😛

  149. Katie in GA says:

    Ah, a very timely post. My ID holder is finally biting the dust after 10 years of service so I need to make a new one ASAP! The tunic book is awesome, too. Going on my Christmas wishlist.

  150. Gayle says:

    Really like your Messenger Bag. Thanks for making the pattern available.

  151. Susan N. says:

    Thanks for the gift ideas. Can’t wait to see what else is coming up.

    I am in Michigan

  152. Hoping I can find time to make some holiday gifts this year!

  153. Delia from VA says:

    My tween daughter and I are going to have fun making those emoji key chains together. Thanks for such a great collection of gifting tutorials!

  154. Kathy Slaughter Cummings says:

    Thank you for the great giveaway!
    Kathy in Ky!

  155. The ID wallet and First aid kit look particularly useful for those on my gift list! Thanks!

  156. Glenda in Florida says:

    I love your annual handmade holidays posts. I see several projects on today’s list that I’ll want to make.

  157. What a great start to Handmade Holidays 2016!

  158. Judi B in VA says:

    Love the emoji key ring. I think all of the kids on my gift list are getting at least one of these!

  159. Janelle says:

    My favorite series of the year 🙂

  160. HP says:

    That first aid kit looks useful and not too difficult.

    Great list!

  161. Rachel in FL says:

    I look forward to this series year round. Thanks for putting these together

  162. Joanne Cournoyer says:

    So excited that handmade holidays has started! (Sorry if this is a duplicate, my network quit the first time I sent it)

  163. Karen says:

    I have three teenage grandkids, and I LOVE these projects, especially the I.D. Wallet and the tablet case. Thanks!

  164. Lisa says:

    I love the first aid kit idea! I plan to make this for my college age kids for Christmas! Thanks!

  165. Laura K. in BC says:

    This is great!! Thank you SEW much!

  166. Claudia says:

    The glasses case is not just for students. I am making them for everyone in my family, mom, and sibs.

  167. Mina says:

    Yay for Handmade Holidays! i am going to start making that first aid kit right now!

  168. laurainMD says:

    I totally want to make the earbuds case for myself! 🙂

  169. Cherlyn Moffet says:

    Woohoo! Handmade Holidays is my favourite! Congratulations on the 10 year anniversary!

  170. Elizabeth says:

    I know these are ideas for students but I’m the one wanting so many! I can see using the ID wallet to hold my ID and bus pass to easily toggle it to my commuter bag for easy access. Sooo many great ideas!

  171. Carole Williams says:

    These are great ideas for gift making. I only have one grandchild still in school, but I think one or two of these might be just right for her. Thanks for these ideas.

  172. Linda from Maryland says:

    Lots of great gift ideas!!

  173. Christy in Canada says:

    I am always so excited when the handmade holidays posts start! It’s like a little early christmas gift every day!

  174. Barb H. says:

    Love the gifts to make students! They are all really clever and I know the young folks will love em’! I’m looking mainly at the ID pouch, girls at work would def use this. Thank you. Barb H.

  175. Patti says:

    I often find myself in need of some quick gifts for my students and these are perfect! Thanks

  176. Dawn in Indiana says:

    I love the First Aid Kit.

  177. Beth P says:

    Cute projects!

  178. Marian says:

    So many gifts to make this year! Thanks so much for the help,
    Marian from GA

  179. Nancy says:

    That first aid kit is a great idea!

  180. Heidi says:

    I’m loving the first aid kit idea. my ziploc baggie is ready to retire and this might be the thing.

  181. Cindy says:

    Great ideas!

  182. Tina Ludwig says:

    Love the messenger bag. Need to make one for myself. I can use a present also.

  183. JoezGal says:

    Love those emoji keyrings and think my teenage grandkids would, too!

  184. Shannon says:

    Love the iPhone wallet!

  185. ELAINE says:

    I am in love with your 2016 handmade holidays logo. It would look stunning embroidered 🙂
    Elaine Gregory of Venice, Florida 34285

  186. Amy in OR says:

    I love that first aid kit! It would be perfect for a college student!

  187. Jessie in NM says:

    Those would be good teenager gifts, yeah?

  188. Therese. PA says:

    Perfect! Practical, pretty and creative.

  189. Sue Holman says:

    I really like the tablet case and the earbud “wallet”. I am in the process of making cord keepers for everyone’s Christmas stocking. Thanks for the chance to win a prize.

  190. Amanda B. says:

    Love the earbud case! I might have to make one just for myself also.

  191. Ann says:

    Such great suggestions just as I was starting to think about gifts for my 13 year old niece!

  192. Amelia says:

    Love these lists. Look forward to them all year. Now I have to get into gear with my holiday sewing!

  193. Emma says:

    I really love the tablet case! maybe I will be able to make one soon. To bad the link for the applique isn’t working on her page 🙁

  194. Wendy in MI says:

    Love the book covers and first aid kits!

  195. Mary Furber says:

    I love the scrappy applique table case. The elephant is perfect.

  196. Christine says:

    Oh, that Instagram bag is so cute! Forget the students….I need one for myself!

  197. Licia from SC says:

    Very clever and looks like it would be quick to make. Thanks for the idea!

  198. Bobby says:

    This is the best month of the year! But where is the print it and make it? I love those too.

  199. Emily in WA says:

    Great start for Hnadmade Holidays! I’ve got the 1st aid kit added to my list – thank you!
    I live in tunics, so keeping my fingers crossed 😉

  200. Carrie says:

    So excited for Handmade Holidays again this year – thanks for making sewing and gifting so much fun!

  201. Valerie P says:

    great round up and great for adults too–not just students and teens!!

  202. Veronica says:

    I love these wonderful ideas! Thank you for making this happen each year!

  203. Kristyn says:

    Love these ideas!

  204. Toni in Indiana says:

    Cute! I think my son would love the emojis for his backpack so I may do that for a stock g stuffer this year. ?

  205. cecile in MN says:

    Yay ! My favorite blog series started. thank you for the ideas !

  206. Lili says:

    It’s the time of the year again! I just love these round ups, so inspirational!

  207. Debbie says:

    Cute projects for just about anyone on my list!

  208. Marya says:

    My favorite time of the year, so many great ideas!!!

  209. Marilyn in WA says:

    I love the i-phone wallet, messenger bag and cross-body bag. Fabulous ideas. I would love to win the tunic bible it looks fabulous!

  210. laura from OH says:

    The tunic looks so easy to wear definitly the next thing i should learn to sew.

  211. Laura says:

    I’ve bookmarked the Tunic Bible–looks promising!

  212. Lisa McGriff says:

    What great ideas and a great prize! Lisa in Sweet Home Alabama!

  213. Accacia in VA says:

    I love project ideas like these.

  214. Samantha says:

    So excited about this. I started gifts in August, but I still have a couple people I’m not sure about. This should be helpful.

  215. Sally says:

    Great list of projects, I’ve earmarked several for gifts for several family members. Thanks for the post.

  216. Patty D says:

    What a great list of items for students. I like the first aid kit and the Instagram bag!. (Live in North Carolina)

  217. ParisGrrl says:

    Cute ideas!

  218. Gigi says:

    Great start to the homemade holidays 2016. I really like the elephant quilted tablet cover.

  219. Lynne in WA says:

    Thank you for continuing the Homemade Holidays Gift Ideas every November. I look forward to this each year.

  220. Corinne says:

    Corinne in Jersey, I’m looking forward to tunics, but really excited to make a tablet cover and a messenger bag. Thanks for the chance, I keep looking at this book online and through the various bloggers that have reviewed. So nice!

  221. kiri says:

    love the quilted tablet case, and the chance to win, thanks

  222. Patricia says:

    I would make the first aid kit and the tablet casse.

  223. These are great ideas for students or teenagers! I like that there are some simple ones and some that are more advanced. My gifts are about 60% handmade and 40% store bought, so I think that’s a good balance. The Tunic Bible is on my list of books to get, so maybe I’ll win it! Thanks for the ideas. 🙂

  224. Sewingdervish says:

    I am so glad that Handmade Holidays is back!!

  225. Margo in WA says:

    Cute ideas!

  226. Ang says:

    Love these projects!!

  227. Kristin in WA says:

    I need to make the first aid kit.

  228. Linda says:

    Love the first aid kit & ID wallet. I may try one for my niece, who’s just gone away for her first year of college.

  229. Kathy L. says:

    The first aid kit would be great for a college student!

  230. Gweneth Branch-Rice says:

    Some great ideas, love the instagram bag and the earbuds case!

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