Saturday, 11 August 2012

A little gift

Hello guys hope you re enjoying a relaxing Saturday. I have just taken a coffee break and though I would blog another of our projects from Thursday. I designed a cute little gift packaging that is economical but also beautiful. With craft fairs approaching quickly we need to think how to package those goodies to make sure they fly off those tables.

It uses Stampin’Up cello bags and a bit of card stock as a base the rest is all scraps you will have laying about.

apothecary gift pouch

This would be a perfect hostess gift is filled with a selection of  yummy lace buttons and accessories.

the colours are Soft Suede, Poppy Parade, Pool Party  and Daffodil delight. YUMMY colours together , and the poppy parade strip at the bottom keeps everything contained.

apothecary gift pouch 2

The topper was made using the Framelits cut in pool Party then embossed with the Polka Dot embossing folder. The  pretty stamped motif is from the Apothecary Art set cut with the matching framelit die.

apothecary gift close

Right back to grindstone I really need to bake a cake for tomorrow and finish off  a bit more design work. Thank you for visiting see you again tomorrow after my card club. Big Hugs xxx

Products used :All Stampin’Up! unless otherwise stated.

Stamps: Apothecary Art

Inks: Soft suede,

Card stock: Pool Party, Soft Suede, Poppy parade, Daffodil delight and Very Vanilla

Accessories: Framelits dies, Polka Dot embossing folder, eyelet border punch.

 

 

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3 comments :

Julie - Kewlstamps said...

What an awesome idea!!! I always wonder how to make those retired products / left over attractive so that people will want to take them home :-) tfs!!!

procrastistamper said...

Hi, love this awesome little treat, though here in the US we have lost our 3x5 cello bags...so I was wondering if you could confirm what size you used for this project?

Also, I wanted to thank you for making your blog feed available as email so I can get your blog posts right in my email Inbox!

Heidi said...

Very Cute idea!