Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge #464
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Striped Treat Bags! Gold Striped!

I shared our first Make & Take from Stampin' Bingo earlier here.  It was the Daisy Vase.  Today I have our second Make & Take.  We are decorating the Striped Treat Bag. That bag is so shiny and gorgeous!  It will certainly be great for a little gift.  Here's is the bag we decorated.

Striped Treat Bags M & T

Of course I wanted to highlight some of the new colors and some of the new products from the new 2017-2018 annual Stampin' Up! catalog.  I featured four of the new In Colors.  Why didn't I use all 5?  Well, I'm still asking myself that question.  I guess I just felt like it had enough.  We used Powder Pink, Festive Fig, Lemon Lime Twist, and Tranquil Tide.

The Lovely Words Thinlits Dies were used to cut the word friend out of Tranquil Tide. You will also need to use the Layering Ovals Framelits Dies.  Put that oval around the friend die.  They coordinate so well together!

The rest of the cut outs are from the Eclectic Layers Thinlits Dies.  The leaves are in Lemon Lime Twist.  The Fresh Fig flower actually uses 2 dies.  There is the outside die and then the detailed die.  Just place the detail inside the outside shape and cut it all out at one time.  The Powder Pink flower is done just the same.  A detailed die fits inside.  That's kind of neat, isn't it?

Glue down all of the pieces and you are done!  Find someone who needs a gift!

Striped Bag close up

Here's a close up.  I must say I love those flowers.  In fact I used these flowers on a card I showed recently here.  Take a look.  It's a really pretty card.

Striped Treat Bags M & T

Short and sweet today.  I hope you liked my project!

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