Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Brown baggin' it

Well, not quite. More like fabric baggin' it.

This is my contribution for Oh Fransson's Lunchbox swap. I used her tutorial for the Little Shopping Bag, and let me tell you people, EASY PEASY! The hardest thing was deciding which fabric to use (I'm having major issues with indecision lately, but I digress). Even the grommets were easy, though it did take a little time to cut out grommet sized holes.


I'm envisioning many more of these. I think they'd be perfect for little presents or even as the gift wrapping for presents.

8 comments:

Adrienne said...

Very, very cute Stephanie!!!

Anonymous said...

WHAT A GREAT GO GREEN SHOPPING BAG. NICE TOTE TOO. OR GIFT BAG. LOVE IT.

MOM

Katie Jean said...

sweet! I bet it's nice and sturdy too with that nigella.

Kathy said...

I love the idea for a Re-Useable gift bag. I am always re-using store bought ones, but how cute would it be to make one as a gift?

We re-use a few special gift bags for Father's Day and my husband's birthday. I think maybe I could make one for Mother's Day and start re-using that within the family....

Roze said...

That bag is great, would make awesome gift bags!

Philigry said...

very cute lunch bag!

Yvonne said...

Great bag. Great quilt to be.

Rebecca said...

love the bags!! just thought i'd invite you to a binding party over on my blog. come play...