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Whisker Graphics April DIY

Hi crafty friends! For today I'd like to share my April project that I created for Whisker Graphics. As you may know, I create a monthly DIY for the Whisker Graphics blog using their fabulous products (Bitty Bags, Divine Twine, and more) along with a handful of other talented ladies who contribute regularly as well. It is such a fun collaboration and I love trying to come up with innovative new ways to put a twist on these packaging products. And here is what I came up with for April...

I made these summery, nautical envelope liners. All I did was cut up bitty bags and fit them inside my envelopes. It is a simple project and the supplies are minimal. The best kind of project...easy and inexpensive!

I imagine these liners being used in pool party invites this summer, don't you? Or maybe BBQ bashes. Something about them feels poolside and makes me want to bask in the sun. Which is actually something I could do today in Southern California. It's going to be warm, mid-80s and probably 90s by tomorrow. Not quite spring weather but very common here.

Be sure to visit the Whisker Graphics blog to read more about this DIY. You can see all my other WG projects here. Just a little FYI, the 'Carte Postale' stamp is by my friend Tristan of Besotted Brand. And the 'hello, friend' stamp is by my friend Danni of Oh, Hello Friend. Both have beautiful shops which you should visit.

Happy Thursday!

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Reader Comments (3)

LOVE the envelope lining!

April 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterWill @ Bright.Bazaar

This DIY is lovely in about 100 ways:

1. beautiful color choices!
2. elegant, classy vibe
3. adorable stamps! I just got a BESOTTED stamp in the mail today and I can't wait to play with it!
4. its easy and envelopes are functional
5. I just think its really pretty :)

So...maybe not 100 but there's limited space :)

more please :)

April 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterShasta

i love DIY things. your post is very interesting!

July 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commenteroriental wall decals

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