Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Lawn Fawn: Thanks a Bushel



Hello friends!
As children all over the US head back to school, I decided to make a fun teachers gift.  Using the new stamp set and dies called Thanks a Bushel from Lawn Fawn, I made this plain muslin bag into something cute.


I'm not sure where I bought these plain muslin bags, but if I had to guess, probably a $1 section at a store.  With black ink, I stamped the apples and basket of apples onto the bottom of the bag.  I made sure that each time I stamped that there was plenty of ink on the stamp and that I applied firm even pressure.  I then colored in the images with copic markers.  Since these markers bleed, I had to lightly color near the edges.  I stamped the hearts in a red ink.  I die cut the tag from red felt and die cut a circle using burlap.  Using the same circle die, I die cut a white circle, trimmed it down and stamped a sentiment.

For more great project using this set, as well as a chance to win some fabulous product, head on over to the Lawn Fawn Blog.

Materials Used:
Lawn Fawn Thanks a Bushel stamp and dies
Lawn Fawn stitched tag
Lawn Fawn circle die
copic markers
Lawn Fawn lobster ink
red felt
burlap
muslin bag

6 comments:

Teresa Doyle said...

Oh my word Latisha this is just sweet!! I love it, how cute would that be if used for Thanksgiving treat/place cards with everyone's name on them. (No doubt a tonne of work but so worth it!) ♥ it!

Theresa N said...

love the bag...

Sue said...

What an adorable idea! I love how you put the different faces on the apples and cute sentimenet using burlap at the top. Great inspiration!

Wiktoria Holmström said...

All your Lawn fawn-projects are just too awesome! Love your latest Christmas card (wanted to comment on it here on your blog but couldn't find it). It's really new-thinking with patterned hills. Love it!

Colleen Howell said...

This is the cutest bag, love it and what a great way to send a little gift too

Adeline said...

what a beautiful bag! I'm so impressed on how you colored with copics on muslin with a wonderful perfect result, wow!

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