I don't actually have a lot of use for gift bags, but I find the Bag-a-lope is a perfect size for a gift of cards, so that's what I made for today's TLC.
It's a bleah grey rainy dark day here, so I'm not feeling very inspired.
I followed the tutorial, using a white envelope. Stamped with ODBD Snowflake backgrounder and Brilliance Sky Blue after scoring, leaving a gap for the sentiment part way up. Bordered each side of the MFT sentiment with Faux Crochet die-namics cut from the trimmings of the envelope, also the top border. I added some glitter snowflakes with a gem at each side of the sentiment. Snowflake eyelets with a circle of card for reinforcement at the bag, and white organza ribbon finished this off.
Date: Monday, December 12, 2011 GMT Views: 1105
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Mon, Dec 12, 2011 @ 2:53 PM
It was mighty cold here today with a slight breeze which just happened to blow leaves into the pools making work impossible!!!! Sabrina, love your bag-a-lope, thanks for the link on the how to's. Yours is so pretty. Fabulous job! TFS :0
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Mon, Dec 12, 2011 @ 5:37 PM
Sabrina - I always learn new stuff from you! A bag-a-lope? I need to go watch that tutorial. Love the pretty snowflakes - this is pretty cool!
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