Kraft Brown Bags + Other Fun Supplies

• 11 August 2009



































Did you see Suann's {stupendous} packaging post last week? It made me swoon. I immediately went out and cleared out a local discount store of all their Kraft brown bags. For some reason it never occurred to me to run anything but regular paper and cardstock through my printer. Yet another fun idea to add to the ever-growing list of things I want to get done...sometime :)

image via {simplesong}

7 comments:

  1. Yes - I saw it and like you was totally taken with the idea! So simple and so lovely. Am loving your blog, and all the gorgeous pics from France. What a huge, but marvelous and exciting undertaking. Hooray for you!

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  2. I am so glad I found your blog. I love reading it and the pictures...Wow. I wanted to let you know that I finally posted pictures from the baby shower I gave where I used your wonderful ideas. I had girls camp to do so just posted them today. Thanks for sharing and I will keep visiting you on your blog.

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  3. I love your blog! You are an amazing photographer as well-I am just starting to look into SLR camera and wondered what kind of camera you are using for these amazing shots?

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  4. I love, love, love this. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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  5. yes it was a great post! thanks for sharing again!

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  6. Erica, the images are Suann's from {simplesong}...she is the one who wrote the guest post on Black Eiffel. You'll have to link over to her blog and ask her details about her images. I've included a link in this post. She is one talented gal, agreed!

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  7. I'm currently planning a 1940's themed party and you just happened to post this at the perfect time! I just printed 'thank you' favor tags on brown paper bags. Thanks for the inspiration!

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