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Monday, December 10, 2007

Did you know . . .


You can print on just about any kind of paper that you shove it into your printer?? Try printing a message on the paper you plan to use on your gift bag!


17 comments:

red tin heart said...

I like this idea very much!! I will have to try this. xoxo Nita

wisteriagirl said...

Hey Sweet Girl...My computer crashed on me about a month ago and I haven't been able to see what you are up to. You are still creating some beautiful things!:) I loved your post about what we put into our mouths, effects us (our well-being) I have come to realize this lately and want to make some changes to myself. Would still love a "Nurture Your Vintage Soul" sign...LOL! Hugs, Cindy

Scrappy Jessi said...

darling gift bag! ive printed on sheet music before. but this is very cute.

Scrappy Jessi said...

darling gift bag! ive printed on sheet music before. but this is very cute.

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Wow! Another wonderful, inexpensive idea from you. I Love coming here. You are sooo creative. Now, I am going to be on the lookout for vintage music. Thanks!
Penny

BECKY said...

AWESOME!, thanks for the tip, never thought of this.

Smiles,
Becky

Alison Gibbs said...

What a fabulous idea. Thanks for sharing it.
Alison

Storybook Woods said...

Yeah another good idea. Clarice

A bird in the hand said...

Such a nifty idea, and your tutorial is so blessedly clear. I often use kraft paper to wrap my gifts, decorate with images (glued down) and tie with string and add a taglet. Sometimes I just paint on the brown paper. xox

Lori said...

gorgeous work as always Dawn!!!

Kathy said...

Dawn , you see things in such an original way -- the bag is simple but has a certain elegance --
it seems that altho my Chintz side shows - love the bling of stickles - my other side loves the
beautiful vintage look -- Keep posting we all love it -- Kathy
(countrychintz.blogspot.com

Sherry said...

So easy to do and it looks 10 times better than something mass produced and bought at the retail tore!

Lynda said...

What a fabulous idea! I have a few of those brown paper bags lying around to experiment with! Thanks so much for the tutorial! ~ Lynda

NAME: CIELO said...

oh my...darling gift bag! I just have to try this...

thanks for sharing this awesome idea!

Enjoy the Season

Fete et Fleur said...

Dawn you have the best ideas! Thanks for sharing this.

Hugs! Nancy

Kelli said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorial, Dawn!! It was so easy and fun to make these gift bags!
Kelli

Amy Wagner said...

Absolutely beautiful!!
I love anything with music... and pine is a bonus.
Amy

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