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Get Back to Fundamentals a Technique Blog Hop

I love the Fundamental products offered by  Close To My Heart and when I found out that was the technique theme for November's Technique Blog Hop, I just had to hop in - pun intended!

If you have hopped from Haley's blog you are on the right track. This is a circle hop, so when you return from whence you started, you have seen it all!


My creation is a gift bag  made with Goldrush Fundamental paper (retired pattern), a Fern cardstock tag, Enchantment Fundamental stickers and Peacock Fundamental Assortment. Did I go overboard, well maybe, but it was so much fun.

I added a White Daisy 3" x 6" piece for contrast on the bottom.

I see this style bag with a Christmas theme being made at an upcoming class and crop!! My dear sweet Joan Nummy, a fellow CTMH sister and Rockin' Heart team member turned me on to this cute gift bag pattern and I searched Pinterest to find a tutorial for anyone else who would love to create one, click here for step by step instructions from Debbie's Designs or a video from Jackie Bolhuis.

Now hop on over to Melissa's blog to see what she has created for us.

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  1. Very nice bag. Great use of the Fundamentals paper to see both sides.

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  2. That is super cute! I should make more gift bags myself. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  3. WOW!!!!!!! This is awesome -- love it. I have pinned it and the directions.

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  4. Love the bag! The tag and embellishments around it look very nice.

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  5. I so love this, Shirley, and it's perfect with the double-sided paper of this product line! I am soooooo copying this! THANKS for the inspiration!

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