Monogram Gift Set

September 16, 2008

Stamping

I recently saw a great idea on Nichole Heady’s blog for creating homemade sachets with Nestabilities dies. I had some loose lavender on hand & decided to make a set of them for a co-worker’s birthday along with a matching monogrammed stationary set. The sachets were very simple to make – just follow Nichole’s tutorial here.

My one suggestion missing from her instructions is that after you cut the material, make sure that you use a bit of Fray Check on all the edges (available at your local craft or fabric store). Otherwise, you’ll get dozens of tiny loose threads that will come off of your scallops. Take it from someone who learned the hard way. *LOL*

Hope you’re having a great week!

Supply List – Stamps: Borders & Corners & Ambassador Monogram (Papertrey Ink), Palette Inks in Landscape & Plum Pudding (Stewart Superior), Swiss Dot Embossing Folder (Cuttlebug), Embroidery Floss, Green Buttons (from my stash), white & plum pudding cardstock, satin ribbon, purple flowers (Prima), Classic Square Nestabilities die (Spellbinders), White Muslin fabric, loose lavender; sewing machine.

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One Response to “Monogram Gift Set”

  1. Bianca Says:

    Nice work you did on these little pillows! I did some too. The idea which I found at Nichole Headys Blog is just awesome.
    Mine can be seen here: http://stempelkunst.com/2008/09/29/das-duftet/

    Greetings from Germany!

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