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Crafty, Scrappy, Happy: 2nd post for the night----Meet my WONDERFUL co-host for this weeks party {Delightfully Noted}

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

2nd post for the night----Meet my WONDERFUL co-host for this weeks party {Delightfully Noted}

Alright friends.... I know.... 
I go from no posts all weekend + Mon-DAY to two posts on Monday Night....what the heck right?!
welllllllllllllllll I am TOOOOOO excited to wait....
We have an AMAZING Co-host for this weeks crafty scrappy happy party!!!!
And if you don't know her already well it is time to meet Jennifer from Delightfully Noted----she is a blogger and etsy shop PRO----in short you will want to go and check out her place because she is just GREAT.
Think--- funny + smart witted + crafty + a DIY-er yesssss you guys she does it all!
Anyways, I have gone on enough----check out this AMAZING project-----
{I will be using this for Christmas and maybe even Thanksgiving hostess gifts---
SO if you are one of my parents------
DON'T read any further!!!!}

Hello there you Crafty, Scrappy, Happy people! My name is Jennifer and I’m the head honcho behind the Delightfully Noted blog; my little corner of the world where I get to share my passion for all things creative {mostly just to prove to myself that the right cerebral cortex part of my brain is still working} and everything delightfully in-between. I’m also the owner/designer of a little stationery biz on Etsy called, well, of course…Delightfully Noted!  


I am beyond excited that Jaime has allowed me to have this opportunity at Crafty, Scrappy, Happy to share one of my favorite tutorials. Let’s face it; Jaime is like an endless source of DIY inspiration and how can anyone not be influenced one way or another by her taste in home décor?! 

So without further ado, I’d like to share with you my no-sew burlap wine bag.  It’s hard to believe but the holiday season is upon us and with that comes lots of parties and get-togethers.  Wine is the perfect go-to hostess gift, so I always like to dress up my vino is something unique and fun. 

Supplies Needed:
Piece of burlap material
{34 inches by 34 inches for most average wine bottle sizes}
Hot glue gun
Rubber band
2 pieces of solid or patterned scrap material
Coordinating ribbon
Bottle of wine

Measure and cut some burlap to wrap your bottle of wine in. Tie a rubber band around the neck of the bottle in order to hold the material in place. Then tie a pretty ribbon over the rubber band.

I’m addicted to rolled fabric flowers, so, of course, I had to add some! In order to makes these beauties, cut 4 strips of fabric at various lengths and then tie a knot at one end of each strip. Then start wrapping; twisting and rolling as you go. Glue the ends down with a glue gun.

Now for your final step…..adhere your finished flowers with your glue gun to your burlap bag.  Aren’t they purrrty?

I love the look of burlap and these rolled flowers. Just think how delighted your recipients will be to receive such a beautifully wrapped bottle of wine!  Thanks again to Jaime for sharing her space with me today! 

Wonderful right guys?!  What did I tell you?  Now head over to Jennifer's Place and get to know her and her blog and etsy shop too!!!!
I can't wait to see what you are up to this week-------come back to check out the party and share your crafty inspirations with Jennifer's friends starting Wed. Night!!!!!!



Blogger Lindsay said...

I enjoy reading Jennifer's blog already! This is such a cute idea! I love those flowers! Great guest post!

November 9, 2011 at 5:21 AM  
Blogger I am LOVD said...

Too cute! You had me at "no-sew"!

November 9, 2011 at 7:06 AM  
Blogger Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said...

Thanks ladies and thanks Jaime for sharing your space with me!

November 9, 2011 at 9:30 PM  
Blogger henning love said...

jennifer this is a great! i love the rolled up flowers, i need to start trying those myself. and anything burlap grabs my attention right now. now i hope i have a few holidays parties to attend so i can bring wine and use your creativity to wrap up the bottle

November 10, 2011 at 4:12 PM  

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