Saturday, June 20, 2020

Crafty Friends Blog Hop Featuring Concord & 9th

Welcome to the June Blog Hop for the Crafty Friends!
Who are the Crafty Friends?  We're a group of talented stampers who all share a similar crafty beginning. 
Each month we focus on a brand or company that we love and this month we are proud to feature Concord & 9th for the second time!

Of course if we are featuring Concord & 9th, I am going to use my own product.  The Everyday Purse Bundle is a set that I collaborated on with Concord & 9th and it was released at Creativation in January.  

For today's project, I made the purse into a tea bag holder.  Get it?  A TEA BAG?  *Ü*

Cardstock is 3-1/2" x 2-1/2".  Score every 1/4", you should have 9 score lines.  You will need to trim each long side a little to fit in the gusset of the purse.

I added Score Tape to the back of each tea bag and adhered them to the 'hinges'.
I also want to share my new favorite glue with you from Bearly Art.  I love this glue!!!

For the card I used the new Simply Said bundle.  I really, really like the fonts used in these sentiments!
The flowers are from the new Wildflower Fields Stamp Set.

Wildflower Fields Stamp Set

I used a couple of the single flowers for the front of the purse.  The stripe is from the background stamp called Brushed Stripes.

Be sure to follow along the Crafty Friends Blog Hop and get inspired with other Concord & 9th projects, then come back and pick up your coupon code for 20% off your order the 20th and 21st only.

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  1. haha, I knew you were going to make a purse, and it's a beauty done in the background strips and flowers.

  2. Gorgeous and clever! Oh, the projects are too ;) I still have to get my hands on the Everyday Purse bundle! It sells out all the time.

  3. What perfect idea and use for tea bags! A perfect gift love it Lesa

  4. Love your tea bag... I also love the stamp set. Concord always had great releases!