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Friday, July 27, 2007

Bloggers' Challenge

This week's challenge was to make some type of gift container. Now, you know that the BEST gifts come in small packages, right? Well, this might be the perfect way to present your very special gift! It's perfect for any small trinket (my favorite would be jewelry!), a small stamp set or a couple of accessories, perhaps a few cards, or even a gift card....the list really is endless!

This cute little "purse," complete with a "designer tag" was made from a plain ole' brown lunch bag, about 1 sheet of cardstock, a few black mini brads, and of course, some stamping! How fun is that?!! Don't forget to check out all the other Bloggers participating in the Challenge.....links are on the left side of the screen.
Stamps: Dotted Background, Linen, Tiny Talk*
Inks: Certainly Celery, Basic Black
CS: Whisper White, Certainly Celery, Basic Black
Misc: Basic Black Marker; Black Mini Brads; Paper Piercer (for Mini Brads); 1/2", 1", 1 1/4"
Round Punches, Silver Cord*
*Retired items. Check out my retirement sale listed in the July 12 post and in the Slide on the left side of the page....Tiny Talk is on the list.
Please note that all stamps used are from Stampin'Up!

Next week I will not be participating in the Bloggers' Challenge....I will be in Denver at the Stampin'Up! Convention! Yipee!!


Rachel said...

WOW. This just rocks! Love your little bag. And you are so right, good things do come in small packages. TFS! :-)

tonistamps said...

I love this Barb! How did you use the brown paper bag though?


debbiedee said...

LOVE it! I will definitely be caseing this idea! I make several purses from paper bags, but never thought to do it this way! COOL!!

Sheryl said...

This is too cute! It's perfect for a gift!

Basement Stamper said...

Very cute purse Barb, you did a great job on it! Love the polka dots!

Stefanie said...

This is super cute Barb! I love the polka dots.

Pat Huntoon said...

That is so cute, Barbara!

Lisa Bohler said...

I love how you used Dotted for this box! Too cute!


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