Well my blogging seems to come fast and furious or long dry spells! LOL! This is a fast and furious week! :) 2 days in a row! Yeah Me! :)
SO last week I was the LUCKY winner of THIS fabulous vintage christmas kit.. by the super talented Amy Jaz! I LOVED it!! I had to get right to work on something fun! My goal is to NOT be to far behind this holiday season! (If my hubby is reading this he is LOLing right now! He knows me!) ANYWAY! Want to make up some fun treat ideas.. I just LOVE the paper bag gifties... so this is what I cam up with.. not sure if they will all have cocoa in them.. but for the moment it does! :)
Gonna enter it in the following challenges!!
Art Impressions Stamps: Use at least 2 ribbons
2 Sisters - Anything Goes
Digital Tuesday - Anything Goes (must have something digital)
Fresh Brewed - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - Christmas
Pile It On- Traditional Christmas
Mami Doodles - Christmas
Inspire Me Friday- Anything Goes
Make It Mondays- Anything Goes
Totally Gorguss - Christmas traditions
I am off to work on a little something ... all these ideas are in my head.. I gotta get them out before they vanish! HA!
THANKS for stopping by!! Have a GREAT day!
Good to see you creating. Great pocket! The pp from the digi kit looks great on it. Cool idea to add a candy cane.ReplyDelete
Wow I love the Christmas Pocket..great job. Thanks for sharing it with us at Art Impressions.ReplyDelete
Very cute, Bethie!ReplyDelete
Fabulous christmas pocket. love the papers, really lovely.ReplyDelete
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Super cute. Such a fun project.ReplyDelete
Very pretty. Love the lace & jewel flourish.ReplyDelete
Love the photo of your kids at the top of your blog page.
I LOVE your project! Great inspiration for me! I MUST get moving on my Christmas projects too!ReplyDelete
So so cute!!! I love all the stitching and that great fancy edging at the top. And yeah, let the holiday crafting begin!!ReplyDelete
gorgeous thanks for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xxReplyDelete
Very cute! Thanks for joining the challenge at Art Impressions.ReplyDelete
Great project! I love how you used the papers from my kit! Shared on my blog today. ;-)ReplyDelete
What a lovely creation.ReplyDelete
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I like this idea.. and cocoa is a great gift for this time of year.. thanks for sharing on MIM..ReplyDelete
Love the candy cane addition! Thanks for joining us at 2 Sisters this week. Annette xxReplyDelete
What a cool idea! So lovely. Thank you for joining the challenge at Pile It On. Best, cgReplyDelete
Neat idea Bethie! Been thinking on the same line but using the PTI angel from last months release.ReplyDelete
Love this Bethie! Congrats of your win. Not sure why but I love paper bag things too. Now get busy and get off the computer! :)ReplyDelete
What a fabulous creation! I love the vintage look of it. Thanks for joining in the Mami Doodles challenge, good luck xReplyDelete
That's so cute, love the papers and the candy cane. Many thanks for taking part in the Mami Doodles challenge.ReplyDelete
I made one of these pockets...but I wasn't really in to it so it was not as good as I had hoped. Gonna give it a crack again though because I love the look. Gift-giving with this kind of packaging just tickles me!ReplyDelete
Fab treat idea!! Thanks for joining in with us at Totally Gorjuss for our Christmas Traditions challenge, hugs Samantha :0)ReplyDelete
Was great to see your project on MIM too!
and if you don't want to be far behind then maybe you can join in with us throughout the year on the ABC Christmas challenge too! with another time :0)
Neat neat project Bethie! I have not thought of pockets! I may have to do a few of these for Christmas projects!ReplyDelete