Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Fall treat bag

Today I've got a fun and delicious treat bag to share!  I made this treat bag using a file from Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons called "Oval Window Treat Bag."  I cut the bag out of some paper from a KI Memories stack, and then decided to cut the oval with blue as a contrast to the tree.  I totally cheated on the clear part of the oval, since the kisses were wrapped anyway, and used a piece of the packaging from a collection stack I had gotten in the mail that morning and hadn't thrown away.  It worked!

I also cut the super cute tree from Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons- this file was called "Autumn Tree." It was super easy to piece together, but it looks really complicated once it's all together.  After I was all finished and was cleaning up, I found out I'd missed one of the layers that had slid under another piece of paper, but you totally wouldn't be able to tell if I hadn't just confessed, right?  I love that.

I spent a really long time trying to get a picture that showed it was a gift bag, and also where I wasn't blocking all of the light.  It's been really dreary here lately (Except today, of course, after I'd already eaten *all* of the pumpkin spice kisses. That will teach me to enjoy my crafting props before loading the pictures to the computer.  I just couldn't help myself, they're really good!) so I've been without natural sunlight mostly.

I'm entering this treat bag into the Autumn Harvest challenge at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons.
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4 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness, your treat bag is adorable! I love the beautiful tree (and, nope you can't tell that anything is missing)! I can totally relate to eating the props! I bought way too many "props" for Halloween projects this year - I think I've gained 5 pounds and I haven't even bought the Christmas props yet! Thanks so much for playing along with our Autumn Harvest Challenge at PPPR!

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  2. this is so adorable!! love your project and the props look pretty yummy :-) Thanks for joining the Autumn Harvest Challenge at PPPR!

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  3. So festive, love the paper you have chosen, it goes perfect with your tree! Thanks for joining us over at Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons!!

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