Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Gift Bag on the Imagine

Hi! Happy Thanksgiving! I don't know about you but I am ready to eat! I know some you aren't football or Dallas fans but GO COWBOYS!!! :) I had a fun time this week making my gift bags for my post this week. I used a plain white lunch sack & a tree from Christmas Noel, picked a pretty green color for it & then stickled it. I taped the paper bag down with clear tape so no edges would stick up anywhere. To place my tree where I wanted, fellow design team member Linda Kaiser has an excellent video on her blog on how to move things where you want them, basically you put little squares from the shapes already on your Imagine & fill them in white, I did one 1½" squares across the bottom & 1 more then the tree. After it printed I used a fun border punch at the top & then folded it, I used Time Holtz distress ink Tea Dye for my edges, punched 2 holes after I folded it for the ribbon & tag. I also Stickled the tree for a little color. Once you get your design you can print off how ever many you need, I can not wait to use this idea for my daughter's b-day goody bags in March!

1 comment:

Shawnee said...

That is beautiful! You did a wonderful job!