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Hello to you!  I featured the Ombre Gift Bags on my Facebook Live this past Wednesday.  I have my Lives on Wednesdays at 4:00 ET on my business page here.  I would love for you to follow me there!  Should you miss me Live, it will be there on my page or it will make it to my YouTube channel.  You can find that  here.  I would love for you to subscribe to my channel and ring the bell to get notifications.  I have over 130 videos there.  Of course I'll have the video right here on this post.

Here are the projects we made this week.

Ombre Gift Bag Duo by Jo Anne Hewins

I'm using the Pale Papaya bags for these cards, but let me tell you about the Ombre Gift Bags.  You get 20 bags for $6.  The come in all of the new In Colors Pale Papaya, Fresh Freesia, Evening Evergreen, Polished Pink, and Soft Succulent.  They are great for packaging or adding a little extra to special cards.

Ombre Bags and Plenty of Patterns Masks by Jo Anne Hewins

For this bag I used the Plenty of Patterns Decorative Masks and a Blending Brush to add more Pale Papaya ink to the bag.  The ribbon used is from the Flowers for Every Season Combo Pack.  To finish the bag use the Hand-Penned Memories and More Card Pack.  The sticker is also from the pack.

Ombre Bags and Hand-Penned Cards and Envelopes by Jo Anne Hewins

Inside the bag I used the Hand-Penned Memories and More Cards and Envelopes.  These are a real bargain.  You get 20 of these for $10.  Wow!  I turned the card inside out and used the white for the front.  I used the decorative masks again over the front.  The Pale Papaya layer is 4 1/4 x 6 1/4.  Now add another of the Memories and More cards and a sticker.  I love how the Cards and Envelopes fit right inside the bags.  It just makes everything a little more special.

Ombre Bags with Card Inside by Jo Anne Hewins

Here is the inside of the card.  Add a piece of Hand-Penned Designer Series Paper cut to 4 x 6.  Add more sticker from the card pack.

Ombre Gift Bag with Tailor Made Tags by Jo Anne Hewins

Here is the second bag we decorated.  Again I used the Plenty of Patterns masks.  The tags are cut from the Hand-Penned designer paper using the Tailor Made Tags dies.  These are a stand alone set of dies.  They are really going to be a staple for my card making.  I used the Pale Papaya In Color Ribbon as well.  For the saying, it's stamped in Misty Moonlight.  The stamp is from the Shaded Summer stamp set and is cut out using the Tasteful Labels dies.  Tags and the saying are added with dimensionals.

Ombre Bags Inside Card by Jo Anne Hewins

This is the card inside the card.  The base is Soft Succulent measuring 4 1/2 x 11 and scored at 5 1/2.  Use the decorative masks with Soft Succulent ink and a Blending Brush.  The label is cut from Basic White using the Scalloped Contours dies.  The saying is from the Welcoming Window stamp set.  The flower, from the Hand-Penned Petals stamp set, is stamped and colored using the Pale Papaya, Soft Succulent, and Daffodil Delight Blends Combo packs.  Cut with the Penned Flowers dies.

I think this gives you any information you might need.  Here's the video!


Thanks so much for taking the time to visit with me today.  I have an additional project on my blog post on Monday.  I hope you'll take a look.  There will be a video with that post as well.

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