November 17, 2011

Holiday Gift Bag - a Branch becomes a Snowflake

I know what you're thinking....she must be losing it!  Seriously though, I did create a snowflake from a branch, read on to find out how. This week, myself and the other members of the eCraft Design Team were challenged to create a Christmas project using stamps from Pink by Design and incorporate a sky element into our project. 

I wanted to get a little creative with my project, that's where the branch came into play, I thought it would make a beautiful snowflake.


This is the end result after rotating and joining the branch images




To create my bag, I used the Bag-It Template from Creations by AR, cutting from some older Stampin' Up! designer papers using the eCraft.  Then added my glittery snowflake, button and tag.   Click here for downloadable directions and a supply list.

For added inspiration using this weeks Challenge Theme, be sure to stop by the eCraft Blog to see what the other designers created this week.
 

10 comments :

Asia said...

Snowflake is just perfect. Great idea :)

Suzanne C said...

Fantastic Snowflake! Beautiful gift bag. Love the happy holiday colors!

Erin Smetak said...

WOW! That is pretty awesome!!!! Love the whole bag!

1CardCreator said...

Gorgeous and very clever! Congrats on the appointment to the Super Nova's at PCP! ~Diane

Jan Hennings said...

LOVE~Love! I really need to get your blog on my sidebar so I remember to hop in for a visit! Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my "Santa's Bringing A Train Load of Twine" project on the Really Reasonable Ribbon Blog! Good luck!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Who would'a thought! You are where creativity flows GF!

Netty said...

Terrific snowflake and a wonderful bag Lisa, x

Basement Stamper said...

That snowflake is amazing, love how you created it!

Terry said...

I actually have that DP! Love the mini tag and of course the frosty snowflake! Very pretty!

Traci S. said...

That's thinking outside the box, Lisa! The snowflake is beautiful! You really got me, I thought you were going to use a real twig! LOL

He IS Able!
Traci S.

 
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