UM, I DON'T THINK SO! There was no way I was sending the kit back to school in that bag. Not when I love making tote bags so much. (And I have sewn a few things for Mrs. Bayma this year that she uses a bunch, so she probably won't be offended by the switch. At least I don't think she will.)
I ran to Jo-Ann's and hunted for frog fabric. I could only find one bolt, and it had frogs with pink hearts. Not exactly gender neutral. I did find some flannel, but that just seemed odd for a tote bag and the print did look a little babyish. I know the bag needed to be tough because it was going to be dragged home almost weekly by a seven-year-old (or soon-to-be seven-year-old!) on a bus, so I chose denim and duck cloth for the main exterior fabrics. For the lining and exterior pocket, I chose this cool "transportation print" that matched the colors of the stuffed frog.
Because I couldn't find good frog fabric, I made a frog appliqué for the other side opposite the pocket. I may grab some golden puffy paint and add a little crown to the frog later if I have time. I don't want to get all cutesy and paint on a face or anything, though.
I'm totally in love with the lining fabric. I think I'm going to use it for a couple of projects I need to finish in the next couple of days.
The Frog Princess (still in her jammies) approves! I think if that girl loses any more teeth, she's going to need dentures to tide her over until the adult teeth grow in.