I've been busy working on four pantry sacks and I'm creating new vintage labels at the same time, lol! Was thinking I'd do a tutorial on making the vintage labels? Will have to take time, think, and see if I can make it fairly easy and NOT complicated. But back to the subject of the pantry sacks, these measure 6-3/4" wide by 10-1/2" long. I made these with drawstrings and only have the labels laying on the sacks, they're not sewn on yet. I've always loved the pantry sacks, ditty bags, or any pouch type something to hang around and tuck other goodies in, lol! These are the aged muslin and the labels are made to look aged too. I plan on making some without the fabric labels and just printed on the sacks at a later time. When I do I'll share the graphics I make for them so you can make your own as well. Enough chattering, here's two of the sacks and still needing to get the labels done for the other two....
And as most of you know, I've been going through and thinning out my crafting supplies and personal collections for some time now. Hubby says keep only those things I'll use for the house and only those things I'll be working with in the near future (giggles), and I agree. I've done so much already but still have a long way to go. But I do have the first load of pics ready and will be adding more shortly. I'm starting with some of my crafting supplies but will also be adding other treasures I've bought for priming the house, but know now that I won't be using. So if you're interested take a look and keep watch here as you never know what I'll be listing next. Remember to bookmark that page so you can keep up with what I'm listing. It's all on a first come, first serve basis. I'm just taking pics and listing things as I go through them. It's past time for me to thin these things out and you'll find some fantastic deals.
I know this is a very busy time of year for all crafters. Some of you girls have Fall & Winter shows lined up and getting ready for those. Some of you have stores you have to stock with your handmade goodies. Just want to say, try to take a little "me" time during all this and relieve some of that stress. I'm wishing you all the very best with these busy seasons! Till next time, have fun crafting!
Hugs to all, Libby
When You Have Leftover Easter Ham... - It's time to make Ham Fried Rice. Take care, *~Natalie*
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