Sunday, December 13, 2009

All Wrapped Up Blog Hop




We are having a fun blog hop at Paper Wings so follow the paper trail of names and you will get some great fun gift wrap ideas.
This year I hosted the annual TAC gift bag swap and had some really cute ideas. I made 4 different bags for this swap posted above. The red handle bag and the vintage green/kraft bags were very easy to make using the Vintage Santa on the red bag and the Joy of Christmas on the vintage bag.
The bright lime bag was so easy peasy and perfect for the smaller gift - I punched snow flakes from silver cs and then embossed Winter Cheer from Ready, set, snow set.
The teal blue bag was my favorite and most fun to make - I used Ornamental snowflakes and Winter flurries for this bag - which is just a lunch bag that I can only find at Meiers in Mishawaka IN. I made some snowy rolling hills by tearing the cardstock and then tucked my little image under one of the hills. I am a stickles and glitter gal so had to use both on this bag.
Go ahead and hop on over and blog hop to see what everyone else has created for some fun useful ideas.

Laurie
Jen
Laine
Rita
Chris
Diana
Angela
Stacey

9 comments:

debenj said...

I too really like the teal bag. All are nice but this one is my favorite. Nice job on them all & thanks for sharing!

Angela K said...

Very cute gift bags, I think the teal is my favorite also! TFS

Laine said...

Your bags look wonderful Shirley - I will be emailing you later but thanks for being such a SUPER SWEET and THOUGHTFUL Secret Sister.

Laine

Chris said...

So many different and great ideas! They are all terrific - that snow hill is great though!! :)

Chelsea said...

Love your packaging Shirley!

StampinCarol said...

These are so cute! The recipients will love them!

Stacy said...

Cute bags, love the embossing & glitter.

Kim said...

Shirley these are all super cute! The last one is my favorite too...

Patti J said...

Well, you KNOW that my favorite was the teal!!! Lol - these are all adorable and I love them all for different reasons! Great job, Shirley - love them!