Happy Monday Crafty Friends! We are excited to kick off the week with pretty packaging from Kylie and Marzena! Both ladies have created gorgeous projects! Let’s get started with Kylie!
“Hi there everyone. I am so glad you can join us. I have created a cute little gift bag today which is really easy to make but looks so lovely!
I purchased some pre-made kraft gift bags and doily’s knowing they would make a perfect match with Inspired by Stamping goodies.
I started with die-cutting a piece of the Spring Lilacs Paper Collection then layered the doily on top.
I had stamped my flower onto watercolour paper and used ink and a brush to apply my colour. This flower is from the Elegant Flowers set.
I added Vintage Crochet trim on top of the doily and cut one of the edges on an angle. I thought adding a bit of twine between the lace and the flower would add some interest.
My colour scheme for my gift bag is kraft, white and purple. They all work very well together.
The finishing touch was using a hole punch at the top of the bag and adding twine so it can be tied up. You could use anything for this! A pretty ribbon would look beautiful.
Thank you so much for joining us here today at Inspired by Stamping!
Next up is Marzena with beautiful mini boxes. We just adore her colors and how she incorporated our Petite Banners stamp set! Here is Marzena!
Hi there all Inspired By Stamping fans
and all the new people who have just joined us!
Let me share with you today a set of mini boxes.
They are really “mini”, you have to believe they measure only 4,5 x 7,5 cm!
Aren’t they sweet? 🙂
For this triple project I used the small banner from Fancy Labels 3 Die set
and a stamp of the perfectly coordinated Petite Banners set:
Hope you feel inspired to make a mini or maxi projects using great IBS products!
See you around 🙂
Thank you so much for stopping by! Tomorrow we travel home back to Australia. It has been a wonderful 5 1/2 week holiday! We are all feeling blessed by all the family that came from all over the USA to visit us. We will be back on Wednesday with a great tutorial by Nicole. Big Hugs, Joanna