Saturday, December 13, 2008

An oldie but goodie

After one of the wives sent homemade fudge to the whole class, Scott came home and asked me what I would be doing. I was thinking nothing...but he really wanted something to take, so I thought these would be easy and fairly inexpensive to make for 20 people. I think the Top Note Die really updates the old baggie topper idea.

Stamps: Country Living Holiday Collection
Paper: Whisper White card stock, Bordering Blue card stock
Ink: Bordering Blue card stock
Accessories: Scallop punch and medium cello bags


  1. What a sweet gift!! I love that Top Note die, it is so versatile. Thanks for sharing your idea (and your candy!)

  2. Tried and true, always a great gift idea. Like your colors!

  3. Very pretty!!! I love how you used the die cut for the top of the bag, what a great idea!!!

    Have a nice day!!


  4. This is really cute! you did a great job with it...tfs!!!

  5. I love the Top Note! It is the best...just like your treat bag. You just inspired me to do something. Thanks!

  6. Love this!! Just thought I'd say hi from Mount Gambier South Australia...this blogging world is amazing..thought it would be nice to follow some internationals blogs..sorry to here about your spill in the basement..hope everything is ok now..Xjs.


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