Thursday, April 23, 2015

Butterfly Treat Bag with Martha!

Hi everyone, Martha Lucia here sharing a project that I made using the Catalina Island 400. I created a mini treat bag with a fun note card inside.

MINI TREAT BAG WITH CARD

To create the mini treat I used a Thinlits dies and I decided to use the polka dots side because the color is perfect for this season. I made a belt with the other side of the paper using a Fair Isle Border Petites and I tied it using a double line of Lilac baker´s Twine.
 
To decorate the front of my bag I cut from a die cut a butterfly in white cardstock and sponged it with PowderPuff Chalk Ink in colors Sea Foam, Sky Blue, Latte and Sunset. Finally I added the enjoy word, that I cut from a Gypsy Road 400 scrap.
 
MINI TREAT BAG WITH CARD  

For the inside note card I used two pieces of cardstock for the base and decorated it with a piece of Catalina Island 400 paper. I stamped it with PowderPuff Chalk Ink Evergreen using two different stamps.

MINI TREAT BAG WITH CARD  

Quick Quotes Products Used:
Other Products Used:
  • Mini Tread Bag Thinlits Dies from Stampin Up
  • Butterflies Thinlits Dies from Stampin Up
  • Fair Isle Border Petites from Spellbinders
  • Vellum Cardstock
  • Wine Prayer & Wine and Glass Stamps from So Suzy Stamps
  • Bakers Twine Lilac and Beige from The Twinery
  • Rhinestone
  • Snail Adhesive and Dimensionals
Thank you so much for visiting us today. I hope my idea inspired you and remember you have time participate in our Friday Challenge, the theme is "Celebrate". You can find all the details HERE.

See you soon!
Martha Lucia
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3 comments:

Sridhar Chandrasekaran said...

You have such an insightful blog. Thanks for sharing. Reading blogs is my hobby and I randomly found your blog. I enjoyed reading your posts. Interesting! All the best for your future blogging journey.

Sridhar Chandrasekaran said...

You have such an insightful blog. Thanks for sharing. Reading blogs is my hobby and I randomly found your blog. I enjoyed reading your posts. Interesting! All the best for your future blogging journey.

Golden Goddess Designs said...

gorgeous!