Tuesday, October 6, 2009

MMSC22 - Wood Gift Bag - Blog Hop

Welcome to Midnight Madness Challenge #22! For this weeks sketch I decided to do something different. There are no rules that say our project has to be a card so I changed it up!

I used my Cricut and Bubinga Wood Paper to make the Gift Bag. I layered it up with more Wood Paper - Douglas Fir and Sitka Spruce. Finished the edges off with Copper Metallic thread.

I used Prima's Wildwood Natural Flowers as the main image on the card. I used Black Leaf Swirl Pearls as the background embellishments.



I finished off the handle with more of the Wildwood Natural Flower collection and some raffia I had on hand. And the good news....I've already given it away! The recipient LOVED IT. Yeah!




We are having a HUGE blog hop! Lots of fun!! Lots of prizes!! As you can see...you have 25 chances to win a prize! How many other blog hops offer that many chances and that many prizes??? AND, if you post this badge on your sidebar and leave a comment on Priscilla's blog that you have it on your blog...she will enter you a second time!!! Even more chances to win great Halloween Candy! Mark your calendars and be sure to join us October 16th bright and early!

14 comments:

designsfromwithinbycharlotte said...

WOW Sue, your bag is amazing! This is one of the prettiest gift bags I've seen, just bringing all those beautiful natural things to life. I just love this. The stitching, wildwood flower, swirl pearls and the little addition on the handle just finishes this perfectly!
A stunning creation!
Hugs,
Charlotte
XXX

Denise @ kc242 said...

Sue You do such an incredible job on those natural colors. Where I see wood and straw, you see the prettiest & most original gift bag that I have ever seen! Wow this is awesome!

Shawne said...

wow, wow, and WOW!!! Who wouldn't love it? This is amazing, every perfect little detail! I bet you were so excited about those new prima flowers, how cool, they are perfect for your paper, you should sell a ton of those, hope you stocked up!

chercroppin said...

Oh my Sue, that is absolutely FANTASTIC girl! I know quite a few peeps who would just love this as a gift!

You are so talented, and as always, your creations amaze and inspire me!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

I love your bag Sue!! The use of the wood paper and all the texture is incredible!! What an awesome take on this week's sketch!! The stitching and wildwood flower compliment your bag beautifully!!

laney said...

How stunning!!! its absolutely gorgeous Sue..I love it!!
great take on the MMSC22
your an inspiration
hugs
laney

Michelle ~ daydreams505 said...

Sue, this is such an original and beautiful creation! I love all the natural elements you pulled together here! You really have a way with this wood paper. :) Everything is PERFECT!!! I'm going to have to give this a try sometime! :) Michelle

Carolyn said...

What a great bag, Sue and even with no stamping. I love that flower and the wood paper for this. Beautiful job!

Jessica G. said...

Wonderful gift bag -- the wood DP and natural flowers add amazing texture!

Jane, at Thepaperaffair said...

Change is good, at least it is here. Cute bag - great idea and very natural, a very unique look with lots of texture, very refreshing Sue.

Rufus said...

Ohhh, pretty! I still haven't had the time or courage to cut into the wood paper that I bought from you!
I'm working up to it though.
R/

Priscilla said...

Wow..this is so wonderful..what a great idea and so original too. LOVE IT!!

Carol said...

Sue...when I saw this on tuesday...I swear....I thought it was a purse and I was thinking to myself...now wouldn't I look cute carrying that to a Jacksonville Jaguar Game!!! lol How imaginative and stylish this is. I swear it looks like a purse I would love to own. It so stricking and attractive. What an exquisite creation.

Carol
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