Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Growing In Unity Wednesday

This week the wonderful Erin is up as our GIU girl!

Meet Erin:

Here is a little something about Erin:

"My name is Erin Schreiner and I reside in Dallas, Texas y'all! I have a beautiful and spunky 5 year old daughter and 2 crazy dogs with my husband. I started paper crafting in 2008 and have been hooked ever since! Unity Stamp Company is my absolute favorite stamp company, and those that know me know this to be true. (Check out my blog to see my shoe organizer full of Unity stamps!) I am currently serving on Susan K Weckesser's design team and am having a ball working with her Unity co-branded stamps. My style is retro mixed with pops of color. I love Unity for many reasons: the people, the quality and the images. And of course, the sales! Today I am sharing some gift bags I made. I love wrapping packages and finding unique ways to wrap gifts. These are super easy! I took some of my favorite Unity stamps and stamped them onto some plain kraft gift bags from Hobby Lobby. Added some tulle and even embossed a few. I love how simple they are and how they turned out. Thanks for listening to a little about me and I would love for y'all to stop by my blog to see more Unity projects at Now for the fun part: Unity is letting me give away TWO Itty Bittys to one lucky commenter! I will choose a random commenter from either here or my blog and they can choose any two of their choice. Sound fun? Cool!"

Here is a great project from Erin:

Be sure to swing on by Erin's blog each day this week for your chance to win 2 itty bitty stamps!

That's all for this week!


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Julie Odil said...

Great bags, Erin!

Queenie said...

I love pretty packaging Erin and these are beautiful!

Sue D said...

I like the simplicity of these fantastic gift bags!!

Paula-Scrap Addict said...

I love hand stamped gift bags! they are so much better than store bought blahness

jules said...

love your style...great gift bags!

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Amber S said...

These were great bags but I didn't see any other GIU posts on her blog??

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