Friday, December 31, 2010

Fresh Idea Friday.....Felt Pouches!

Wow! Happy New Year's Eve!!
I feel excited about being able to post the last {ippity} project for 2010! How fun!!! It's Lisa H. here and I hope you like my fresh idea for today. Over the holidays I made quite a few of these little felt pouches to hold gift cards. They were in the shape of mittens and they were a HIT with my friends and teachers. Sooooo, I got to thinking, they don't need to be limited to JUST Christmas. You could make these in any shape for any season. I did this one up with a simple scallop circle (I used a nestability die) and stitched it up leaving an opening at the top. I decorated it with a fun tag, some ribbon and a button AND the super cute and VERY popular {ippity} set,
How You Doin'?
A little baggie of red hots tied up with some pink Divine Twine completes the treat pouch! Wouldn't these be the cutest Valentines to leave for your kiddos or your friend at work? Have fun, use your imagination and create a felt pouch of your own.
Wishing you all the BEST to the rest of 2010 and hope your 2011 is even better!
We've got some NEW fabulous fun coming to {ippity}!!! We are all excited about the changes and can't wait to fill you all in! (just a little longer, I promise)Hugs and be safe tonight!

Lisa Henke





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8 comments:

  1. Thanks for the cute project idea! Hope you have a Happy Crafty New Year as well!

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  2. Lovely idea on this last Friday of 2010!
    Wishing you all a lovely party this evening and a fantastic new year 2011!!

    Hugs, Wendy

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  3. LOVE this idea! I have circle and square scallop dies. This would be so cute for Valentine's day!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love this sweet treat pouch...such a fabby idea Lisa!

    Happy New Year's Eve everyone!

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  5. OMGosh Lisa! This is one creative project. Love this idea. This would be great for school gifts and for co-workers. Thanks for a great idea and great tutorial. Happy New Year!

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  6. what a great idea! i'm going to have to start making these for my daughter's kindie class.

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