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Make A Thanksgiving Hostess Gift!

Diy-hostess-gift-1Today's project is a great idea for a Thanksgiving or holiday dinner hostess gift.   It's a jumbo size tag that serves as a type of gift packaging for a pretty fall themed kitchen towel.  The beautiful Gourdness provides the main image with the Autumn Harvest Designer Series Paper as the backdrop.  You can see another video using this set in yesterday's tip post HERE.

I found these towels at a local fabric store in this Crushed Curry-like color.  I knew it would be a beautiful companion for Painted Autumn collection.  Seriously, don't miss this suite in the Holiday Catalog.  It has been SUPER popular...Painted Harvest stamp set and Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper. That stamp set is bundled with that a precious leaf punch that you'll be able to use on lots of projects.  I'll have the links to these along with the supplies for this project below the video.

Now it's time to take a look at the simple assembly for this project.  Are you ready?

Here are the supplies used in today's project:

Product List

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Diy-hostess-gift-2Lisa's Inklings:

  • Cut Pumpkin Pie card stock to 5 1/4" x 5 1/4".  Use a smaller (scrap) piece for die cutting.
  • Cut Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper to 5" x 5".
  • You'll need approx. 5 1/2" x 5" for die cutting Very Vanilla.


Thanks so much for tuning in for today's project.  Show your appreciation to your host/hostess this holiday season with this idea for beautiful and functional gift.


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