Tuesday, September 25, 2012

September 2012 Blog Hop


Here is my September 2012 Papertrey Ink Blog Hop design.  The challenge this month is about gift packaging with fabric or felt.  I spent way more time than I should have creating this tiny little number.  Each leaf is die cut from felt and hand stitched because I wanted a rustic look.  All products (except ribbon and thread) are from Papertrey Ink.  


This little sucker is going on a good bottle of wine and is going to a good friend who will appreciate the hard work I spent on creating this little piece of art (at least maybe while she drinks the wine).  Enjoy!


13 comments:

  1. This is a DARLING tag!!!! Your friend will love it..and the wine! (I know I would! LOL!)
    Have a GREAT day!

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  2. This is so rustic!! I love the outcome, worth the time spent!!

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  3. This is SO lovely! The handstitching is the perfect finishing touch.
    Beautifully done!

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  4. So nice to see a fall project. And your leaves are just perfect. Love the idea of dressing up a bottle of wine with lovely handwork. Thanks for the idea!

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  5. This is amazing. My favorite of all the projects on the blog hop. My friend has these leaf dies, I may need to borrow them and cut some felt to duplicate this idea. Very, very nice.

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  6. Oh, what fabulous colours of felt that you combined! And the handstitching you added is the perfect finishing touch!

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  7. Well your time spent handstitching paid off...this is gorgeous!!! :)

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  8. love this! the stitching on the leaves is the perfect extra touch that finished them off!

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  9. The stitching down the leaves is so cool!

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  10. Great idea, beautifully executed!

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  11. Beautiful felt tag-yes, the wine should be really good to have such a great tag attached to it! : ) Congrats on winning the gift certificate, too!

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  12. The hand stitching was totally worth it...such thee perfect way to top off those felt leaves.

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