Mix It Up Challenge - Paper Piecing

Welcome back to another super fun Mix It Up challenge where you can enter Anything Goes or a Paper Pieced project. My project is not a paper pieced project, but it's one I absolutely love creating; maybe you will give it a try!

I took a kraft and white polka dot bag, 6.5" x 5", folded up the bottom and stitched around 3 edges; hence creating two pockets. I love using scrap papers to make these gift bags; I used some ephemera I purchased recently and used it to decorate the bottom portion.

I used The Greetery pre-printed speed tagging Christmas sheets and matching die for all the tags; the smaller ones are in the lower pocket and the larger ones are in the top pocket - so fun! And some of the pre-printed sheets aren't 'too Christmas-y' in my opinion, so I added lots of different sentiments. Ultimately, there are 21 tags inside the sack; even better, they can use the tags and hopefully use the sack again to gift something to someone else!

Thank you for stopping by; hope you will join us at Mix It Up this month!

H A P P Y   N E W   Y E A R!

Stamps:  The Greetery Speed Tagging Sentiments and Pine Blossom, MFT Festive Friends
Inks: Variety - but all from The Stamp Market Color Crush set
Papers: Misc. designer paper, kraft sack
AccessoriesLawn Fawn glue, yarn from Hobby Lobby, ephemera from my stash, Speed Tagging die, Verve Visual scallop dies (both sizes, discontinued)


1 comment:

  1. OMGosh, what an amazing project! I love how you created two pockets from the bag! And I'm swooning over those tags! You are such an enabler... I'm going to have to check out The Greetery!
    Love To Scrap 2


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