A Birthday in the Bag featuring SRM Stickers

Hello!!  This is Amy here with another fun project featuring SRM Stickers and bakers twine from The Twinery.  Today I am sharing a quick card and gift bag that you can easily put together using some stickers and twine.
I used a soon to be released in limited supply bakers twine from The Twinery at the top of my projects and then stickers from the We’ve Got Your Sticker/Happy, Labels by the Dozen/Bright Blank, and Sticker Stitches from SRM Stickers on my bag and card.  Here is a closer look at them both…..

I just love how easy it is to put a few stickers and twine on my project for a quick gift.
Have a great day and don’t forget to check out all of the projects this week on The Twinery blog for lots of sticker and twine inspiration!


A Baby Set


Anita here with a Monday morning post highlighting The Twinery and SRM Press.  They sent me this cute plastic box and an assortment of stickers which worked well with a new baby boy project.  I had fun using their products with some yummy, soft The Twinery to create this set.


The Twinery Store


SRM Press Store

Mini Box – 3.25″ x 1-1/8″ x 3.25″ (12ct)

Item Id: SRM67010

We’ve Got Your Border/Baby Boy

Item Id: SRM57001



An Apple for Teacher

apple-for-teacher-fourThis week we’ve been showing apple themed projects .  You can’t help but think of Fall when you hear the word “apples” here in the Midwest.  It’s harvest time!  We’re starting to see the local farm stands open displaying corn stalks, pumpkins, colorful Indian corn, and an array of gourds in every size and shape.  I’m always excited to see bushels of apples!  The baskets are filled to overflowing – green Granny Smith, red McIntosh, and Yellow Golden Delicious.  They smell amazing too! 
apple-for-teacher-twoFall also means back to school.  I can picture a row of apples on teacher’s desk – little gifts of appreciation or to  maybe to ask forgiveness for a little rambunctiousness?  I know teacher has her hands full and a note of appreciation is always welcome.  This card is for a special teacher – she get’s an A+ for going the extra mile!
apple-for-teacher-fiveMy favorite embellishment is always some Twinery Twine!  I wrapped Charcoal Twine around my card several times and finished with a little bow.   The black matches the stamped alphabet , and is strong enough to hold it’s own against the bright colors of my design.
apple-for-teacherI incorporated lots of school related items.. the alphabet die cut background, and gosh.. do you remember how good a gold star on your paper made you feel?   LOL!
apple-for-teacher-oneA little bit of twine just seems to make everything a little extra special!  What will you make with yours today?










Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5″”
Stamps and Dies from Reverse Confetti

Apple of My Eye Mini Card Set

Hello everyone!!  This is Amy here to share a fun mini card set I created with an apple theme.  It is definitely apple season around here.  Our trees are sagging with the weight of the apples and are about ready to be picked.  We will be getting them harvested over the next couple of weeks and preserving most of them.  I created this mini card set so that I could give them away to my kiddos and hubby as little notes in their bags or other ways….just to let them know that I love them.
These cards are stamped from the first Unity stamp set I bought (many moons ago) and then colored with my Copic markers.  I added some yummy Peapod bakers twine around the bottom edge and the apples are adhered with foam adhesive.  Here is a closer look at the cards…..
These cards measure 3 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches.

apple-card-set-1cHere is a peek at the bakers twine I used today:

So, do you have a special way to let your loved ones know that you are thinking about them?