Posts Tagged ‘bag’



2011 DIY Valentine’s Day Brownie Bags

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

*UPDATE: Download the latest version of the bag here. Enjoy and happy early Valentine’s Day to all!

Out of all the posts featured here on T&T, my Valentine Treat Bags have been by far the most popular. I know that many of you have been awaiting the updated 2011 version so without further ado, here they are!

Instructions are included in the PDF and if you need bags, I sell them in my Etsy shop. The bags are available in Craft and White along with the the Glassine Liner Bags to help maintain freshness for perishables and protect the paper from oil stains.

Just download the file and print directly onto the paper bag using a color ink jet printer. For more detailed instructions and other printing suggestions visit my previous post here. Once you’ve made the bags, fill with heart shaped brownies cut with a cookie cutter. Have fun!



Michelle O Bag By Extra Fancy

Monday, May 24th, 2010

I’m loving this wonderful bag by Heidi & Gareth Chisholm of Extra Fancy. I featured Hedi’s work last year and she continues to impress! As with all her work; this bag is so fun a playful you can’t help but smile! The details are completely adorable and the depiction of Michelle Obama looks positively HAWT! Purchase your own bag here and make sure to check out more of Heidi’s work here.



Veggies Rule!

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

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Especially when they’re stored in the most adorable bags ever! An alternative to all those plastic bags and much better looking, these reusable veggie bags by Wonder Thunder are the perfect solution.

The best part, they weigh practically nothing so you can take them to the grocery store or farmer’s market and they won’t affect the scale! I’m thinking a set of these with a can of  Rebel Green would make one dandy little gift for a friend or treat to yourself.

Via: Soolip


Lunch Bag Dads

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

These have been around for a while but that doesn’t make them any less great. These are from a site called Disposable Drawings and there are more at Lunch Bag Art. How cute are these?! Ladybug robots?! Get out! I can only hope that my future kids will have lunch bags with half the love put into them.

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