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
muslin bag

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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