Monday, August 25, 2008

Cammie's Treat Tote

I had a very quiet weekend on the creative front, spent lots of time sorting out boxes and just generally relaxing with Shanan. On Saturday I did make this adorable little "Treat Tote" that Cammie designed to take over to Janine, who had us over for a lovely dinner. I just thought the tote would look adorable filled with little embellishments as a hostess gift.
I used Cammie's measurements, but instead of using a punch to cut the window, I used my Oval nestabilities to cut out a larger area. I stamped an image from True Friend on the inside of the tote so it would show through any gaps in the window.

The only other big change was in the closure. I wanted to be able to untie then retie the bow at the front, so punched through all the layers with my Crop-a-dile (how did I ever survive without it?!) but only set the eyelets on the front layer - the ribbon bow keeps it all held together. I love that River Rock double stitched ribbon, such a gorgeous neutral.

Thanks for such a great tutorial Cammie!

Stampin Supplies:
Stamp Sets: True Friend
Ink: River Rock
Card stock: River Rock, Really Rust, Very Vanilla
Paper: Apple Cider DP
Punches: Slit, Small and Large Tag punches
Accessories: Markers, Crop-a-dile, Jumbo Eyelets by Provocraft, River Rock Double Stitched Ribbon, Hemp Twine, SNAIL adhesive.
Some supplies available from Stampin' Up!


Carolyn King said...

Positively awesome!!! I love what you came up with!!! Fantastic!!!

Taylor VanBruggen said...

This is GREAT! I love the bow in front, and those bold fall colors are wonderful! Thank you!

Angel Gurl said...

I was the person that Sarah made this for and it was very very cool. Thanks Sarah its just gorgeous.

Julee from Verve said...

Gorgeous project! What a classy gift.

Jami said...

Sarah - this treat tote is awesome! I love the changes you made to it - and I love your blog - what a great layout, and it's so cool how you do the header image for each entry! I might have to borrow that idea from you if you don't mind! Thanks so much for commenting on my blog - I'm so adding you to my blog roll so I can come back for more!

Smiles from Korea,