Ombre Tag Art

May 5th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Design Teamer, Shirley Karnos, creates a unique photo layout she calls Ombre Art. She starts with our basic (yet super versatile!) White Tags then, dips them in various colors of Rit dye to make dip-dyed ombre tags.  All were cut into triangles and pieced together to create a geometric heart layout. The lovely shades of pink, blue and lavender make a perfectly coordinated display. This could be the base to a card, a scrapbook page or a wall hanging to commemorate a special occasion.  She’s chosen a heart for her anniversary theme but other shapes would work as well. Let creativity be your guide!

Shirley, is currelntly working on a dip-dyed project using our white Little Bitty Bags. Stay tuned … that should be a fun one!

IMG_6268_DipDyeGeometricHeartLayoutCheck out the detail of the background– love it!  To find more information on her technique, see her blog at Shirley shirley bo birley. Enjoy! IMG_6289_DipDyeGeometricHeartLayout

Bitty Bag Spring Wreath

April 16th, 2015 § 2 comments § permalink

The classic front door wreath comes in many styles — floral, fabric, burlap, twine. The list goes on. Now, Team Designer, Betsy Skagen of Paper Calliope, adds her spin to the mix using paper umbrellas! Made from our Polka Dot Middy Bags strung with Divine Twine, she creates a whimsical Springtime wreath in a rainbow of colors. She uses our new Divine Twine Petites. Available in 13 colors, each comes with 20 yards of twine — just enough for smaller projects or when you need just a little of a lot of colors! To make your own wreath, Betsy has made an easy-to-follow tutorial on her blog. Click here to give it a try!

Here’s a close-up!

Supplies Betsy used:
Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bags
Divine Twine Petites
Colored Glitter
Styrofoam ring
Wooden Butterflies
Candy Sticks
Hot Glue Gun

Mother’s Day Bitty Wrap

April 14th, 2015 § 1 comment § permalink

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, WG Designer Rachel McAffee, gives us some quick and easy Mother’s Day wrap ideas. She embellishes our ever-versatile Plain Kraft bags with a touch of lace, a vintage die cut and Divine Twine creating simple yet memorable wrap. In a word…lovely!


Supplies Rachel used:
White Kraft Middy Bag
Brown Kraft Middy Bag
Natural Solid Divine Twine
Basket shred filler
crotchet lace
vintage ephemera

For more ideas and inspiration by Rachel, please see her blog fawnprints.

Easter Bitty Bag Baskets

February 26th, 2015 § 1 comment § permalink

Design Team Member, Amy Cluck McAllister, is always ready for the next event on the calendar. This week she takes on Easter by showing us how to make quick and cute Easter Baskets crafted from various Middy Bitty Bags. Although three different patterns and three different colors, they all play together beautifully. Add Divine Twine to attach a tag and you have a hassle free bitty basket.  Each of the Bitty Bag colors has a coordinating Divine Twine counterpart but feel free to mix it up with contrasting colors as well. Keep this idea in your back pocket. It might just come in handy in the coming weeks!

Various Middy Bitty Bags
Divine Twine in Various Colors
Easter Grass & Treats to fill the bags
Circle Tag with handwritten or hand-stamped note

For instructions to make these bitty baskets and other special occasion party ideas, please visit Amy’s blog at Amy is the Party.

Origami Diamond Bitty Bags

February 17th, 2015 § 0 comments § permalink

Design Team Member, Dawn Smith, is all about throwing the perfect party! Whatever the theme, she has you covered from start to finish. These origami diamonds are made of  Bitty Bags. Create various sizes and cluster together to make a pretty statement piece over your party table or string them into a garland with Divine Twine to frame your room.  Dawn also suggests stacking them in clear vases to make a pretty centerpiece. For a whimsical look, mix designs as well as colors. For a more classic look, use a monochromatic palette. With the plethora of colors, designs and sizes of our Bitty Bags the combinations are endless!


Supplies Used:
Bitty Bags of all shapes, sizes and designs!
Divine Twine
Clear tape

To see her origami folding technique, check out Dawns blog at Not Just a Mommy.

Valentine’s Day on the Fly!

February 12th, 2015 § 1 comment § permalink

In the final hours before Valentine’s Day, Design Team member Kerstie Pederson, offers us a quick and easy fix for those last minute Valentine gifts. She uses crisp and crinkly glassine bags as her base and embellishes them with Bitty Bag cutouts and Petite Stickys to make hip little gift bags – a gift in and of themselves!

For a petite valentine surprise, tuck this Little White Bitty Bag adorned with the bitty pattern of your choice, in a brief case, lunch box or pocket for an unexpected treat. Kerstie uses the traditional red polka dot heart cutout plus a glittery gold chevron bag. Our metallic gold bitty bags seem to add that extra special sparkle to any occasion! Originally designed for the holidays, these bags are also a lovely fit for Valentine’s Day. We’ve also had customers use them for weddings, golden birthday parties and even sporting events – they’re so versatile!

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Here are some of the supplies Kerstie used:
Various sizes and designs of  Bitty Bags
Glassine Bags
Little White Kraft Bags
Petite Stickys
Coordinating  Divine Twine

For more clever creations by Kerstie, please check out her Blog.

Divine Twine Pom Poms

February 3rd, 2015 § 4 comments § permalink

This is my kind of project – super easy, super cute! Design Team member, Savannah O’Gwynn, makes trendy little  Pom Poms, out of Divine Twine. Solid Coral is her color of choice.  Glittery Gold Polka Dot Bitty Bags are a wonderful contrast. Fill the bags, seal with washi tape and wrap with the Pom Pom. Done!  Experiment with different sizes and colors. If you’ve never made pom poms, check out THIS simple tutorial.


Look how cute they are displayed in a set!


Coral Solid Divine Twine
Metallic Gold Polka Dot Little Bitty Bags
Washi tape

For more fresh and easy ideas for Valentine’s Day and everyday, please find Savannah on her blog at Savannahland2

Bitty Friendship Wrap

January 8th, 2015 § 4 comments § permalink

Design Team member Amy Tsuruta, uses a fun heat embossing technique creating a pretty gift bag that looks professionally made! Our plain Brown Kraft Bags are the perfect blank canvas. Amy uses white embossing powder on her “Friend” stamp.  The Red Tag fastened with Twine adds a pop of color. With Valentine’s Day still weeks away, you may want to tuck this one in your back pocket. Seems like the perfect fit for the occasion!

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Plain Brown Kraft Bags
Large Red Tag
Bright White Divine Twine
Mini clothes pin
Reverse Confetti quick card panel
Wooden heart notion
White Embossing Powder
Super script Stamp by Altenew

For more pics and tips for heat embossing and making this lovely gift bag, please see Amy’s awesome blog at:

Cute Santa Gift Tag!

December 24th, 2014 § 1 comment § permalink

Just in time for Christmas, design team member Heather Pulvirenti of “Witty Title Here…” made this Santa inspired gift tag. She used our new gold Chevron Middy Bitty Bag, gold Metallic Divine Twine, and large red tag for this adorable ensemble.




Supply List:
Gold Metallic Divine Twine
Gold Horizontal Stripe Middy Bag
Red Large Tag
Versamark Ink
White Embossing Powder
Christmas Sentiment Stamp
Black Card Stock
Gold Foil Card Stock
Clear Gems

Bitty Bag Ornaments

December 18th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Design team member Betsy Skagen of Paper Calliope made these eye-catching honeycomb shaped ornaments using our Middy Bitty Bags and Divine Twine. Use them for lovely gifts or just to brighten your own holiday tree. To see a simple tutorial please click HERE. They’re easier to make than they look!



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