Sunday, October 12, 2008

Going green!

Well yesterday I told you that Jo Ann's project was a 'green' project. Can you see why? It is a gift bag. Have you figured it out yet? Still guessing?



Maybe this view will help. We used the bottom half of the lunch bag for this project. We used the whole bag. (Remember yesterdays blog.) No leftovers here. No waste. About a year ago, Jo Ann came down for an angel gathering. We each did a make and take and this was hers. She stamp lifted it from another company. We made a template and then traced it to cut out the patterned paper. Then we glued the paper to the bag. Sooooo simple.



Items used: paper lunch bag, Christmas patterned paper, matching card stock, angel button, wire, tt-215 jardin moss palette ink, and finally t-2925 holly swirls.

Tyler starts basketball practice tomorrow. It may be difficult for me to find time to post. I may have to send out the blog candy winner either really early or really late. Either way, you'll know something by Tuesday morning.
Hope your Sunday was specTACular.


4 comments:

kellyrae said...

Okay, this is seriously CLEVER! I love how you used the other part of the bag (definitely "green", not counting the color...lol).

Barb said...

I love this! I like the way the outside of the bag is rounded with the oval hand grip, while the bag is square. Very clever!! Thanks for participating in the Bag Butt Challenge!!

Connie Shields said...

How very clever, what a great gift bag this will make.Thanks for sharing. Connie Shields

Beverly said...

Great use of the "butt"! LOL! Love this idea! I'll have to try to duplicate it....if ya don't mind. Great little bag for Birthday Party favors!.....different paper of course :)