Monday, September 29, 2014

Happiest Holidays Collection Day 3

Today you are going to want to eat the screen as you hop along in Power Poppies Happiest Holidays Collection sneak peeks. You can only imagine the inspiration Marcy had behind this new set called Frosted Gingerbread. Check out the Power Poppy Blog for all the details!  


As usual holidays are always when you need those quick, easy and non expensive gifts for certain people. Staff at the school, youth group kids, co-workers something with a little more than the store bought tag on the side, you know. I found these darling little white bags 5 for $1 at Michaels that are perfect for the snack size candy bars. Perfect for the youth kids! 
Stamped the long image from Frosted Gingerbread onto white card stock and colored with Copics. Cut the length to fit the bag and layered some fancy edges before I adhered it to red card stock. Attached to the front of the bag and some pearls along the sides. This has a bunch of glitter on the cookies and candies too, hard to see in the photo. Wrapped some red and white ribbon that I have had for ages around the handle. Stamped my sentiment and die cut with Spellbinders Decorative Labels twenty two die and cut around with some red card stock to tie it off. Voila!  Easy peasy and the kids will love it. 


Now its time to eat your way on over in the hop to the Bloom Brigades:




12 comments:

loulou said...

What a sweet little gift bag. I love that sentiment.

KimCreate said...

Cute way to use the border stamp in this cute set! Love it.

Mary Gillmarten said...

Stacy, clever idea, thanks for sharing it with us!

Leslie Miller said...

Stacy, this is the most darling little bag the way you've decorated it and added the tag! The border stamp is perfect for it. So cute!

Becky said...

This gift bag is so sweet.

Dawn B. said...

You are so good at this type of project. I bet your friends and family love these little gifts. This is my favorite stamp in this set. So many possibilities.

Julie Koerber said...

What a darling way to use that little border! Love your little sack of goodies!!! Dawn is right -- when it comes to these kinds of projects -- you are the master! :-)

Allison Cope said...

How cute is that?! Great way to use the cute strip of candy treats! Awesome Stacy!

CherylQuilts said...

Stacy, when I need a special gift bag, you are my "go-to" gal! I LOVE your clever ideas and presentation! This is so sweet, and I love the colors you've used and that wonderful border die. This is really sweet in TWO ways! Hugs, sweet friend!

Lynne said...

Wonderful gift bag.

Becky said...

This is so cute Stacy! Love the images for this gift bag.

Patti J said...

Cuteness! Love it!!!