Rose Wonder Treat Bag

Rose Garden Treat Sack 2

Hi friends, how are you today?

Here is a fun treat sack that I created as one of the projects my team members made at our monthly meeting. I was inspired by the beautiful Artisan Design Team box that I received when I was picked to be on the team.

It’s always nice to have quick, easy packaging for treats, so I designed this little treat sack with that in mind. Not to mention, I am so in love with the new Rose Wonder bundle! I keep turning to it again and again.

Rose Garden Treat Sack Stampin365


These go together so quickly with one staple holding the layers together and hidden under the top of the rose. If you wanted, you could turn it into a removable belly band, instead.

Stamping on vellum takes awhile to dry, so be sure not to smudge it while you wait.



Thanks for stopping by today! I hope your day is filled with happiness.

Happy stampin’ friends!



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A Simple Set of Notecards

Hello Notecard Set

Sometimes it’s nice to make some quick notecards and package them as a little gift, perhaps for a hostess or as a special thank you. This set was fun and done in no time using the new “For All Things” stamp set from the holiday catalog. I placed them in a clear bag a decorated it with a scrap of old ribbon and a leftover buckle I had from long ago. Now I’m ready with a handmade gift, and what could be better?


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