Thursday, 18 November 2021

It's A Wrap!

Good morning and a very happy Thursday - it's nearly the weekend yay!

Today I'm over at the Lost Coast Portal To Creativity, and for my second project for our 'It's A Wrap' project I made another gift bag. (In fact, I made this one first ) but this time I've stamped directly onto the bag.

 I started with a regular craft bag (these are so strong so perfect for presents) 
I began by splattering with watered down acrylic, then stamped the lovely Megans's Christmas Bird and Christmas Lights. The lights have been coloured with Posca pens, and the bird with Prisma pencils. I did get a bit carried away with the red pencil, but a Christmas Robin needs to be red right?
I'd be lost without my Misc Words, these two just finish off my bag perfectly.

These are the stamps that I used (I told you that I splattered paint)

Megan's Christmas Bird
Misc Words  and Carmen's Veranda

I hope you like it, and that you join in with our challenge this month. 
Take care and have a very happy day x


  1. I love your Robin.
    I love your bag.

    Enjoy the rest of the week, the days are flying by so quickly.

    All the best Jan

  2. This is such a great idea for a gift wrap, the Robin is just adorable in his lovely top hat (which looks so realistic with your colouring). And yes, a Robin does need to be red! xxx

  3. A very pretty new Christmas bag!!!
    Love it Sue!
    Happy crafting, it's so rainy today.. :( Happily, we have our dreamy world teehee! :) xx

  4. Another lovely design. Hoping to have plenty to show you after my class at the Craft Club on Saturday, all prepped and ready for the kick off. Have a lovely creative week, Angela xXx

  5. Hi Sue, just popping in to say thanks for your comments on the low carb diabetic blog ...
    So pleased you got back ok from Devon, the weekend weather was dreadful wasn't it.

    Take care.

    All the best Jan


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