Stamp Simply is doing a week of gift giving with each member sharing a pretty way to dress up their gift presentation. You'll want to stop by the blog every day to see what all the girls come up with.
I do a lot of food gifts, both at Christmas and throughout the year. This is one of my all time favorite quick bread recipes that's always a hit wherever I take it.
Here's a free printable recipe card for making this delicious bread.
To dress up my gift I started by punching a fancy border along the edge of my white lunch bag. Next I wrapped burlap ribbon and olive green sheer ribbon around the bag and taped them together on the reverse side. I cut a tag from a piece of designer paper another one from kraft card stock. I stamped one of the larger stamps from the Jesus stamp set across the front of the kraft tag in vintage photo ink and added a small "just for you" sentiment in the bottom corner. The tree was stamped in two shades of green distress ink, and I added some tiny white pearls to dress it up a bit. A pretty petaloo flower was added to the top and the whole thing was adhered to my wrap with black baker's twine.
Supplies and Tools from Stamp Simply:
- O Christmas Tree Stamp Set
- O Christmas Tree Die Set
- Jesus Stamp Set
- Home for Christmas Paper Pad (Carta Bella)
- Tag Collection (Sizzix - Tim Holtz)
- Olive Wrinkle Edge Ribbon
- Burlap Ribbon
- Black Baker's Twine
- Petaloo Flowers
- Tiny White Pearls
- Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink
- White Paper Bag
- Eyelet Lace Border Punch (Martha Stewart)
- These colors of Distress Ink (Ranger):
- Vintage Photo, Shabby Shutters, Rustic Wilderness
Looks yummy Esther and the packaging is so pretty!
You Pumpkin Bread looks delicious! Lovely packaging for gift giving which always makes a present that more special. Thank you for sharing at Allsorts.
Such a pretty way to present your gift, thanks so much for joining in with our 700th challenge at Allsorts.
First of all YUM! Your beautiful packaging is perfect for giving your yummy bread. Thanks so much for sharing with us over at Little Red Wagon this week!
Thank you for celebrating #700 Allsorts Challenge;-))m
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