Spoonflower is having a back-to-school blog hop, and I created a special fabric for the occasion. With this yard of fabric you can create a lined lunch bag & two snack bags. You’ll find the fabric for sale here in my spoonflower shop
. You can find printable instructions for assembly of the bags here:
Lunch & Snack Bag PDF
Spoonflower is also offering 10% off your order just use the code Crane10 which is valid until September 30 for orders of fabric, wallpaper and gift wrap. But hurry it is a one time use code, and can not be combined with any other promotional offers.
Hello! I haven’t been a very active blogger but wanted to share some free printable gift tags with you. A printed version of the tags was shipped with December Plush Of The Month Club boxes, and a member asked if I would provide a printable download so she could print some more.
Print some for your gifts here: holiday gift tags
I had the idea to make my own signature sprinkle mix ever since I saw the Amy Sedaris sprinkle mix
around Christmas time. Of course I knew I would want to hand out my sprinkles in true vintage style, so I came up with a label that works with these retro sprinkle bottles. The little girl is from an actual vintage sprinkle label, and I think works perfectly with these jars. Besides being a great party favor (our next crafternoon we are making faux cakes and I felt like this would be the perfect party favor) I think they would be so fun as a party activity! Put out a bunch of different kinds of sprinkles, give everyone a bowl for mixing and a jar to fill, each person can create their own signature sprinkle mix to take home. Continue reading