Thursday, December 23, 2010

Yudu Santa Bags

At my house Santa fills our stockings and leaves one unwrapped present. This year I found these big ADORABLE felt bags 30"x 21" at Michael's for $1.49 and thought they would be great to leave out for Santa so he could place the present inside the bag!!! It also has a draw string to close the bag.
I finally used my Yudu, but only had one emulsion sheet so I used vinyl and cut it in flip mode. I then applied it to the back.
Then just turned it over and used the squeegee and paint to write the names !!! I think they turned out great! I used Winter Woodland for the font.

The back on the screen with the vinyl and tape applied
This is the front right before I put the paint on.

Thanks for looking and hope you enjoyed ~

12 comments:

Scrappy Heartz said...

Those turned out soooo cute!!! THanks for sharing!! How much do you love it?

HeartAMZ1@aol.com
Debbie Chapman

Pink Cricut said...

HOw fun!~ I can't wait to open my yudu :)

Alma said...

YAY!! These turned out gorgeous! :)

Now....I want one! hahahaha

Rosy C. said...

Oooo... Michelle you come up with the CUTEST Projects and sooo useful. TFS... Great Buy and Work!!!

Monica said...

WOW OK WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thats cool!!!
You did a great job!

Patti said...

Girl! You are so talented. It guess it does help to have the right tools, but I wouldn't even think to do that. Great job.

GabyCreates.com said...

What a wonderful project!!!! and great idea!!!!
...don't have a Yudu (mhhh, no Gaby, stop! lol)

MedicScrapper said...

Super cute! I have yet to open my Yudu :)

Zeni Pradel said...

Wow that was an awesome thing to come up with!! loved the idea and the names came out so nice!

Carol said...

Fabulous idea! It all turned out wonderful. TFS

Dawn said...

Hi Michelle, I emailed you awhile ago but haven't gotten a response (your probably busy), I will try emailing again!

LOVE the projects you made very fun :-)

~Dawn
http://latenightscraper.blogspot.com/

Denise-Scrapmouse said...

Wow, beautiful Santa bags! They look like something you paid big bucks for. You did an awesome job on them. Thanks for sharing.

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