Monday, February 18, 2008

Try an Envelope Pouch!


Happy Monday, friends! Today, I tried a new technique called an envelope pouch, which you can find at SplitCoast's Technique Lovers Challenge. It was SO easy and several can be made in no time at all! I used Embrace Life stamp set from SU! with coordinating Groovy Guava ink and Theater ribbon for the handle. The orange brads are super cool and sugarcoated and I added an orange bring flower to the center of the stamped flower. A quick tag and done! I encourage you to make your own envelope pouch too and don't forget to post it at SCS for everyone to enjoy! ~hugs and happy stamping~

8 comments:

Carolina said...

Linsey, Just had to say again, what an adorable pouch you made! I think this color combo is just beyond yummy and the flower is just precious. Love how you hung the tag! Hugs!!!

Donna said...

what a great pouch, Linsey! so elegant with the flower & orange bling, the tag is so cute

Lee said...

I just love it!!! The colors and the handle!! The tag is just gorgeous!! Oh my and the BLING!! Yes......the bling!! I love it!! I've gotta see if I can make one since I don't have a tag punch........hmmm......more things to go on my list for the next order!! LOL

Lisa's Blessed A Latte said...

Love this....its so Adorable...All your work is Awesome!!!

Christina Fischer said...

Darling, Linsey! Gorgeous ribbon!

dpkennedy said...

This is so pretty! I love the orange. You really made this cute idea elegant!

Jessie/knightrone said...

This is so super cute Linsey!! Great job!!!

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