Easter Bitty Bags

March 27th, 2014 § 2 comments § permalink

Hi friends!  Today, I have a wonderful project from returning design team member Amy Cluck-McAlister to share with you.  Amy made some super fun favor bags for Easter.  Adding bring colors to our Kraft bags are the perfect way to make fun and festive favors or gifts.  The bright colors and fun patterns of our other Bitty Bags make a great accent.  These would also be great in an Easter basket or as a part of your Easter decor.

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WhiskerGraphics-EasterTreatBagsSupplies:
Bunny Bags
White on Kraft Polka Dot Middy Bitty Bags
Cotton Candy Divine Twine
Colored Paper for Ears
Pink Button
Google-y Eyes

Easter Egg Bitty Bags
Plain Kraft Middy Bitty Bags
White Chevron Middy Bitty Bags
Bitty Bag Scraps
Petite Stickys
Washi Tape

For more photos and information about this project, check out Amy’s post HERE.

Free Printable Download ~ Holiday Gift Tags

December 13th, 2010 § 47 comments § permalink

I had a chance this last weekend to do a little designing and I made these holiday gift tags for you. There are 10 tags to a sheet, 2 each of 5 different designs. I decided to use the aqua and red color combo that seems to be popular this season.

Download the file HERE. Enjoy!

A Dozen Packets of Cuteness

August 24th, 2010 § 2 comments § permalink

photo credit: Cathe Holden ~ Just Something I Made

photo credit: Cathe Holden ~ Just Something I Made

The amazing Cathe Holden of Just Something I Made strikes again! She designed a dozen(!) packet/envelopes to house everything from gift cards to love notes to receipts/coupons. Each and every design is darling and free to download and make! Click HERE to visit her site and access the download.

Packaging Fun

March 29th, 2010 § 2 comments § permalink

I sent a little package to a friend. I used a white sandwich bag with some Lemon and Oyster Divine Twine and my mad calligraphy skills (ha!) on  a couple of hang tags.

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Gifts for the Neighbors

December 15th, 2009 § 3 comments § permalink

It’s that magical time of the year when the LOML turns into Baker Bob and bakes up a storm of delicious cookies for the neighbors. He’s in charge of the cookies. I’m in charge of the wrapping. We delivered these boxes (yes, there are cookies inside) to smiling faces Sunday night.

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Circle Labels from Paper Source
Bakers twine from Divine Twine
Tags from The Gilded Bee

Click HERE if you care to see last years cookies.

FREE Owl Editable Printable Download + BONUS

October 7th, 2009 § 13 comments § permalink

As promised, here is another Halloween freebie for you.

Some ideas for using the 3" square tag/label.

Some ideas for using the 3" square tag/label.

This is a 3″ square design that comes 6 on a sheet. This PDF is editable, meaning you can enter your own text and format it how you like (font:style, size, color and alignment; the design is not editable). Enter and format your text, print on card stock or full sheet labels, trim and enjoy. Download tags HERE.

Here’s the BONUS. Over on Skip To My Lou you can download coordinating cupcake toppers and editable invitations (no need to handwrite your party info).

photo courtesy of Skip to my Lou

photo courtesy of Skip to my Lou

Photo courtesy of Skip to my Lou

Photo courtesy of Skip to my Lou

Click HERE to visit Skip to my Lou and download the invitation and cupcake toppers.

New Materials = Baby Gift

August 6th, 2009 § 7 comments § permalink

On Tuesday, I went with my sister and niece to Paper Souce in Berkeley. My sister was looking for some envelopes and I was along for the eye candy that Paper Source always delivers. So, what an unexpected treat to find PS’s labels on rolls on big-time sale! There were only a few left and I bought most of them. I had no idea at the time what I’d do with them, but I find it hard to pass up a deal.

My Paper Source label booty.

My Paper Source label booty.

Tuesday evening my husband talked to me about needing a baby gift for a client. My mind went right to my new labels. I made some book plates with the rectangular labels.

Book plates

Book plates

I also made some coordinating flat notes for Millie Louise (is that the cutest name, or what?).

Book Plates and Flat Notes packaged.

Book Plates and Flat Notes packaged.

I gathered my wrapping supplies.

Wrapping supplies.

Wrapping supplies.

I used the 5″ label to seal the white bag, then tied it all up.

All wrapped up and ready to give.

All wrapped up and ready to give.

Doily Wrapping

July 21st, 2009 § 3 comments § permalink

I remember when we bought our first house and moved our belongings in and were eager to meet our neighbors. But nobody came knocking. It felt strange. Lonely.  Of course, eventually we did meet the neighbors and they were all very nice, but I still remember that initial feeling. So, whenever  we get new neighbors I go over, say hi, bring a little treat and welcome them to the hood. New neighbors started moving in across the street last week and as I was wrapping up their goodies I discovered doilies make good wrapping paper.

Doily in its native state (in the front) and wrapped around baked goods (in the back).

Doily in its native state (in the front) and wrapped around baked goods (in the back).

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