My project is a gift bag and stamped tissue paper AND it is also a little banner that you can use to decorate for this special time of the year. Just remove the banner from the gift bag and you have a little hand-made gift!
This is one of the projects we made at Stamp Club this month. The little stars on the Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine were simply glued to the twine with glue dots. Put a glue dot on the back of a star, press it on the twine, then put a glue dot on a second star and press it to the back. You can either tie the strands onto the banner or attach them with glue dots (like I did -- I did not cut enough twine to tie it). I covered up the glue dot with a Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine bow. Easy-peasy!
Cherry Cobbler Baker's Twine was also used to string the banner together. The "tail" ends of the twine were simply taped to the inside of the bag so you can remove it and use it as a home decor item.
Here are the supplies I used for this project:
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I hope you like this project and consider Pinning it. I know I love to look on Pinterest for all kinds of ideas, don't you?
The next stop on the blog tour is the wonderful Missy Bolinger. Here is the link to her blog:
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Missy Bolinger -
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Tamra Davis - http://www.theCardLadies.com/r
Connie Diebler - http://www.conniestamps.com///
Anne Matasci - http://wp.me/pCcBw-1Lp
Maria Pane - http://
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Michele Reynolds - http://inspirationink.typepad.
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Pam Staples - http://wp.me/p3p2VA-PjJanet Wakeland - http://wp.me/pHIQD-73U