Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Blue Fabric Scrap Holiday Tree Gift Bag

Howdy!  Oh boy!  I had so much fun making my other 'tree', that I decided to make another. {smile}  The wonderfully talented and inspirational ladies over @ the Shabby Tea Room have a current challenge O' Christmas Tree, and the inspirational photo is just to die for!  Super adorable and simply country!

Look at these layered/stacked strips to create Christmas trees!  The distressing, the buttons, and the pretty stars make these simply beautiful!
I am also entering this holiday gift bag in the current challenge over @ Unicorn Challenge Blog.  Their current challenge:  Christmas is Coming, and I think these bags are perfect!


and here is my other fabric scrap 'tree':


I had so much fun making the first one, that I just had  to make another!  I used Pool Party, Real Red, and silver accents to create this ice-y holiday gift bag.  
I used fabric (retired) from Stampin' Up!.  The ribbons and trims are from various makers.  (notice the red velvet ribbon?  purchased that on sale!)  I tied on buttons (retired) from Stampin' Up! and Paper Trey Ink, using the current silver thin cord from Stampin' Up!.  
The snowflakes stamped on the shimmer white card stock are retired from Stampin' Up!.  I used going grey classic ink, by Stampin' Up! to create the background and sentiment piece.  
Once again, I added machine stitching.  I think it just adds that homespun look and feel.  I added a silver glitter star to the top of this tree.  And a silver tone snowflake charm to the sentiment piece.

These and many more gift bags will be for sale at my next holiday craft fair.  I hope you get a chance to stop in and pick up some wonderfully crafted homespun holiday gifts and packaging.


Thank you for stopping by.  Im heading back into my craft room to finish up on a few desk top calendars.  I love making these.  They add that special personal touch to your office space/desk.



4 comments:

Cross Stitch Claire said...

Another brilliant project, love the colours you've used. Thanks for joinin us again at Unicorn, Claire DT x

Pamellia Johnson said...

Wow this is gorgeous Sharon!! I really loved the red one in the previous post, but I admit I am drawn to the blues during this festive frosty season! Love how you built your trees, such a delightful way to decorate a bag!! Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog and while I'm here I will also say thank you for joining us at Try it on Tuesday!! hugs Pamellia DT :)

Heidi Lyons said...

Oh, pretty! I really like the colors you used.

Judy Corner said...

What a lovely Blog you have. Such beautiful work and this is no exception. Judy x