Thursday, October 3, 2013

Little Lilly's Trick-or-Treat Bag

Lily's Mommy decided to make her little girls trick-or-treat bags from chevron & polka dot fabrics.  She sewed the sides together and sent them to me to embroider the names.

I used the Tinker Toy font.  
I ran the embroidery twice to make the letters thick.
I think Lily is going to have a lot of room for treats.
The bags turned out great!

Sharing at several Linky Parties.
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  1. Love these bags! Such a good idea
    I have a giveaway going on and today is the last day to enter, would love for you to check it out!

  2. Adorable job! I'm hosing a state art giveaway that you should enter!

  3. what's nice about oversized trick or treat bags is that they could hold an extra sweater, scarf or umbrella... besides ... a lot of candy!

    1. Rose that's a fantastic idea! I never thought about the "extra" stuff this bag could carry. For that matter, she could really use it anytime since the colors are really the only thing that hints it's a bag for Halloween.

  4. Oh, this is adorable. I love Chevron and this bag looks fantastic. I love that you made something that is not only in style, but can be reused throughout the years. Thank you for linking up to Thrifty Thursday.

  5. Thank you so much for sharing this with us at Fidlin' Fridays a few weeks ago! We are back up and running after having our baby and would love to see you again! Linking party for the week is live


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