Friday, October 21, 2011

CCC79, PV and CC164: Fall Treat bags

Hi.
Sharing some treat bags I am making for my 3 year olds at church.
I found the poem on the Internet and changed a few words for their age level.



I'll write their name on that line beside the pumpkin.
so it will read "May God's light shine in _____".


The pumpkin was stamped in orange and brown and pieced together.  I used the tree leaf in the set to make a leaf for the pumpkin... little creative license, ha ha






I am entering this project in the following challenges: 
City Crafter Challenge #79: Harvest Festival
The Paper Variety: recipe (2 word sentiment, 3 buttons and a bow)
Cupcake Craft #164: buttons and bows
Two Peas in a Bucket "L" is for Lawn Fawn



Supplies:
Stamps:  Lawn Fawn's "Harvest Blessings" and "Harold's ABCs"
Ink:  Memento black, Spiced Marmalade Distress
Paper"  MME "Playful Poises"
Other: buttons, bow with jute string

Thanks for coming by,
~Kelly

11 comments:

Faye said...

Wow, this is so stylish. I just love the image and your buttons and bows! Thanks so much for joining the fun at Cupcake this week. x

Brodders said...

What a great bag :)Thanks for joining us at Cupcakes this week :)

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

That is such a cute project, thanks for playing along with us at CCCB!

Ros said...

These are lovely .... beautifully done ... thank you for playing along at CCCB

babar said...

It is good to give stunning look to treat bags with art designing.
loyalty cards printing
PVC cards

wendipooh13 said...

oh wow this is SUPER fun!!! great project!! thanks so much for playing along at the City Crafter challenge blog!!!!

Rachel said...

what a great idea-very cute!!!

Linda R. said...

That is so cute and what a great idea.. Thanks so much for playing along with us at CCCB!

cnelson said...

So LOVELY! What a great idea! Thanks so much for joining in this week at CCCB!

Kylie said...

great gift idea...paper bag matches with the theme..thanks for playing at TPV

Hannah said...

Great projects Kelly, love the colours, paper and design. Great use of the recipe. Thanks for playing along at TPV this week :)