Sunday, 24 January 2016

Charlotte Gift Bags

Here are some gift bags I have been working on for our family. I LOVE our new CTMH Charlotte paper collection and decided to use a different pattern on each bag. I am linking up with the Heart2Heart challenge of "one" because I hope this is the first of many projects I do with this paper collection and it was also the first thing I bought from our new mini-catalogue, Seasonal Expressions 1! I am also linking up to the "girly" challenge over at Curtain Call because these papers are just so cute - I think I am going to use this colour palette as inspiration for my new craft room this spring!
Most supplies are Close To My Heart:
Paper - Charlotte paper collection; Kraft cardstock; Ribbon - Black & Gold
I was also excited to play with my new toner pen that works with the Minc machine. Here is a close up of the tag. I thought it went perfectly with our new Black & Gold ribbon. I still have to play with the heat settings to get better coverage with the foil, but it worked pretty good for the first time!

8 comments:

  1. These are so cute, Al! Funny, but I was thinking about my toner pen today, too - haven't tried it yet :o)

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  2. The bags are adorable - and Charlotte was "one" of the first items I purchased from this catalog as well! It's addictive once you start playing with it... so many possibilities. Thanks for the inspiration and for sharing with us at Heart 2 Heart. We miss you on the DT but it's great to see your artwork :)

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  3. These are fantastic and so girly! Thanks for playing along with us at the Curtain Call.

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  4. Very pretty bags, so girly and feminine! Thanks for joining our ONE challenge at H2H.

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  5. Wonderful job; I love the gift bags, so sweet but that is Charlotte, so sweet. Thanks for playing along with Heart 2 Heart Challenges (H2H)!

    Brandi R
    DT member H2H
    crzy4scrapbooking.blogspot.ca

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  6. And to think the rest of the world is still just buying bags. WHAT are they thinking?

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