Marny here...every year I make little fabric goodie bags for the spiced nuts we make and share during the holidays. I look for the cutest holiday fabric as soon as the new bolts arrive in the quilt shops, generally in July. I always get a bit more than I need, and today I decided to make gift tags with leftovers. You could raid your stash for this super simple project.
|Love, love Ann Kelle designs for Robert Kaufman. Here, some of her cute polar bears dress up in holiday gear!|
|One of 48 completed goodie bags with a commercial gift tag!|
|Supplies for no sew, super easy fabric gift tags: cute fabric, paper backed fusible web, card stock or similar weight paper, iron, and both fabric and paper scissors.|
|Iron fusible web to wrong side of fabric following manufacturer instructions.|
|Cut around shapes in a non-perfectionist manner|
|Peel away paper backing on the fusible web.|
|Six gift tags cut out within a couple of minutes of starting the project. |
It is faster than shopping for the tags!
|I received this tape (along with a cute pincushion, and more) at the Des Moines Modern Quilt Group gift exchange. Thank you Erin. |
(Erin has a quilting business, Ad Astra, in Des Moines, hint...hint...)
I think the tape looks like snow falling in a dark, winter sky.
Perfect for polar bears dressed for the elements.
We send you warm wishes for peace and joy this holiday season.