Well, ladies and gentleman, Stampin' Up is having a massive-super-awesome clearance sale on some of their fabric, and I was lucky enough to get a stash at convention, soooo.....I have been busy here putting together a picture tutorial for these awesome little gift bags I made out of my pile. Let me just say that I have a ton of motivation to share but lack some picture editing skills, so bear with this post as you scroll down to see how these babies were made:) If anything seems unclear or if you want to order some goodies, just email me for details!
* Note: Full-on disclosure here...I am a LAZY seamstress:) This project requires sewing only 3 straight stitches. If you don't want to or can't sew, you could using fabric binding stuff or probably even sticky strip to put these bags together.
Items you will need: Fabric (cut 9 x 7"), seam binding or ribbon, clothespins, designer paper, sewing machine (or fabric binding stuff/maybe even sticky strip?), cute stamps.
All together now!
Yay! I sincerely hope this tutorial made sense. These great little bags were inspired by Laura Milligan at Stampin Up's 2012 Convention. To order the items I used, check out this section:
Deck the Halls Fabric only 99 Cents on clearance - enough to make 24 of these bags! Get out! Plus, there are at least 4 more sets of different fabrics to choose from. All 99 cents!
Scentsational Season Stamps and Framelits Bundle. For only $32.95, you get 6 stamps consisting of a gingerbread boy, christmas tree, candy cane, hot chocolate mug with steam, and a star. PLUS, you also get the framelits to cut them out using your Big Shot. That's what I did! You can also get lots of matching seam binding for all your projects. I used: Very Vanilla Seam Binding & Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding. Thanks for looking! Cheers!
I am entering this project in a few challenges this week: