Have you guys heard about the Ruby Star Wrap Along?
Sukie is hosting this awesome blog hop with some wonderful ladies pitching in. If you haven’t already stopped by, Anna made the CUTEST little gift boxes from the Ruby Star Take Out pattern.
Most of the projects in Ruby Star Wrapping are made from upcycled materials that pretty much everyone has in their home. These make your gifts even more special by saving money and the waste of ordinary wrapping paper. No jumbo sized plastic garbage bag full of wasted torn paper on Christmas morning? Sign me up!
I’m up next with a cute casserole cover. I may have used it to justify a quick trip to the thrift store where I found this lovely dish begging to come home with me. It’s in perfect condition AND has it’s original lid. I am pretty thrilled to add it to my collection!
Make sure to put these blogs on your list for the next couple of weeks! There will be bunches of handmade gift wrap ideas just in time for Christmas.11.7.12 – Anna of noodlehead 11.9.12 Amanda of A Crafty Fox 11.12.12 – Elizabeth of Oh, Fransson! 11.14.12 – Brooke of Pitter Putter Stitch 11.16.12 – Erin of Two More Seconds 11.19.12 – Jennifer of BettyCrockerAss 11.21.12 – Rochelle of Lucky Lucille 11.23.12 – Sukie of Sukie – don’t you know who I am? 11.26.12 – Elizabeth of Don’t Call Me Betsy 11.28.12 – Gina and crew of Bolt Neighborhood 11.30.12 – Ellen of the Long Thread 12.3.12 – Katie of Swim, Bike Quilt 12.5.12 Faith of Fresh Lemon Quilts 12.7.12 Lee of Freshly Pieced 12.10.12 Maureen of Maureen Cracknell Handmade 12.12.12 Sara of Sew Sweetness 12.14.12 Colleen of The Busy Bean 12.17.12 Amy of Diary of a Quilter 12.19.12 Monica of Happy Zombie
And don’t forget to add your projects to the Flickr group!