Friday, November 16, 2018

Mini Muslin Gift Bag Holder

Hello Crafters,

Today I have a super easy project to share with you.  I've had these Stampin' Up Mini Muslin Bags forever and finally decided to use one for a gift card holder.  Tell me why did I wait so long?


For You was stamped in StazOn Timber Brown on a Spellbinders Gold Labels Four Die.  A little Brilliance Pearlescent Beige was added to the edges.  I then popped it up on a Labels Four Small Die cut from Close to Cocoa Paper.  The tag was hung from Baker's Twine.


I created a bow using Winter White seam binding and added the kraft paper leaf dipped in wax.  These I had purchased several years ago on Etsy.  


I think I'm addicted to these bags now!  My mind is swirling with ideas.

Wishing you a wonderful weekend as we start to think about the Thanksgiving Holiday.








Stamps:  JustRite Shoes Vintage Labels Six
Paper:  Close to Cocoa, Shimmery White
Ink:  StazOn Timber Brown, Brilliance Pearlescent Beige
Accessories:  SU Mini Muslin Bags, Winter White Seam Binding, Baker's Twine, Gold Labels Four #1, Labels Four Small #4, Hole Punch
Technique:  Sponging
Bag Size:  4" x 5 1/2"

6 comments:

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Donna,
What a darling idea, this lil gift bag is so adorable and frilly, love it.
Beautiful as all of the things you make.


Leaving you a note from your comment on my blog.
Hi Donna,
So nice to hear from you hon. Hope this finds you doing well. I know you can never go wrong
with white dishes they are so versatile. Thanks so much for coming by and for taking the
time to leave a comment. Hope you have a Wonderful Thanksgiving
Blessings Abundant,
Nellie

CraveCute said...

Oh that's so lovely!

KarinsArtScrap said...

very beautiful looks so vintage Donna
Gr Karin

Daffodil Cards said...

OH! how VERY VERY Beautiful, it would make anyone anticipate what's inside. LOVE it.
Faith
x

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

How cute are these! What a special way to give a gift card. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day. 🦃

Deborah Montgomery said...

These are beautiful Donna!

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