Recycled gift bag

What do you do with a plain gift bag after you have eaten all the chocolate inside? Recycle it with some paint and stencils, of course!

Recycle a plain gift bag with paint and stencils from The Crafter's Workshop! AtopSerenityHill.com

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Recycle a plain gift bag with paint and stencils from The Crafter's Workshop! AtopSerenityHill.comI wasn’t really sure what I was going to do with this gift bag, but I did know that I would be using the Party Banners stencil and The Crafter’s Workshop’s heavy body acrylic paint. To see all the steps and layers the design took, watch the video below!

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Stencils used: Party Banners; Endless Swirls; Positivity; Doodled Pattern
Paint: Raspberry Sorbert; Spun Sugar; Black Licorice; Blue Jellybean
Mediums: Matte gel medium; White gesso
Other supplies: Neocolor2 crayons, black high-flow acylic paint, white/black paint markers, waterbrush, spray bottle, Stabilo pencil, handcarved stamps, black stamp ink, makeup sponges.

Recycle a plain gift bag with paint and stencils from The Crafter's Workshop! AtopSerenityHill.comThe design I ended up with is perfect for any occasion! Just fill with something pretty and I’m all set.

Recycle a plain gift bag with paint and stencils from The Crafter's Workshop! AtopSerenityHill.com

Thanks for joining me today…

Consie

The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team Member

2 thoughts on “Recycled gift bag

  1. Consie, I love this… so darling! The stamps that you used, are they homemade? If yes, I’d love to try them. Do you have instructions for this?

    And I also want to say that it looked like you were wearing a white blouse….I could never do that 😃 It would be destroyed after one painting!! hee,hee!

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