Monday, 18 June 2012

Brownie Backpacks

Good morning crafty peeps!  Only 2 weeks to the holidays!! 

So on that note all the children's activities are winding down and this means it's time to give little gifts.  I made these little backpacks with the help of  my daughter for her Brownie Leaders.  She chose the colours so of course they had to be brown and yellow.  

To make the backpacks I followed the tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers.  It was very easy to follow. 

The base was rollered with Baroque Border Wheel and Holly had great fun doing this.  The straps of the backpack are 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon in Chocolate Chip.  In the front pocket Holly made a little card and in the main part we popped in a few little gifts.  After taking the photo we added a "brownie" badge with the leaders monogram to the top flap so she knew which one was which.  

Why not have a go at this fun project?  These little backpacks would be great for any occasion and can be decorated in lots of styles.  You could use stamps instead of the wheels or decorate with patterned paper.  Remember the Paper Party is still on so you could use your free pack of papers.  I would be happy to give any help if required.

Right must crack on.  Thanks for stopping in by.  Your visits are always appreciated.  Have fun. x 

Supplies Used
All Stampin' Up!

Card - Chocolate Chip, Daffodil Delight
Ink - Chocolate Chip
Wheel - Baroque Border
Ribbon - 1/4" Grosgrain Chocolate Chip
Other - Sticky Strip
Non Su - Eyelets, hook and loop fasteners

If you would like to order any of the above or the other supplies from the current catalogues then please get in touch either by e mail or call 07827923123.  I would be delighted to help you with your crafty projects.  A parcel of lovely goodies could be winging it's way to you direct to your home in the UK!  Remember to join the Paper Party and receive your free pack of papers! 


craftattack said...

These are gorgeous, must have a try at these! Hugs, Valerie

Cheryl said...

oh wow these are brilliant Hun,what a super idea,and such amazing detail hugs Cherylxxx

Aud said...

These are brilliant Aileen, a great idea and just something different. Aud x

Suze Bain said...

These are fab Aileen, love the idea of the little pocket on the front too, a gret alternative to a plain gift bag. xx

Sigrids kreative ART said...

So cute! I'll try ohne too!


What a fantastic project Aileen - an ideal gift idea and great fun too. LOVE them!

Sylvia x

Bonnie said...

What a great idea to hold a little gift!

Vicky said...

Simply gorgeous sweetie...:o)

big hugs Vicky xx

Faith A said...

WOW Aileen, these are fabulous, love them

Annette said...

These make such great gifts. Beautifully made, and I love how you got your daughter involved too.

Vicky Hayes said...

These are just so cute Aileen and it sounds as if you had great fun with your daughter. Lucky you to be breaking up for the holidays in two weeks - we have four weeks to go! Vicky x

Jenny said...

Oh I just love these cute and perfect for putting treats in!!!
I must get thinking about these end of term gifts too although we have until the end of July !
Jenny x

Zippy said...

These are fab! Xxx

mustavcoffee, Gay Peplow said...

WOW Aileen, these are just wonderful, I bet they'll be the stars of the show and so happily received, have fun, Gay xxx

Diane said...

Goodness these are brilliant...beautifully made.


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