Thursday, October 28, 2010

Prima Necklace Bags

Have you seen the new scrapbook jewelry that Prima has put out? They are cute necklaces and they are definitely for more than just wearing.

We were challenged to see what we could come up with using the necklaces and I decided to use them as gift wraps. Wrapping bags, specifically.

This first bag uses some Annalee paper and a Malachite necklace. I just decorated the bag and when it was closed, I wrapped the necklace around it, like a ribbon! I thought it dressed the bag up nicely. Plus it could be used by the recipient once given.




My next project is a gift bag that I made for a friend's wedding. You may remember this card that I made a while back for the Moxie Fab World blog.




Well, I decided to make a bag that matched it. I used white cardstock, embossing a smaller panel of it. Then I added lace doilies and topped it off with Sugar Necklace.





Definitely check out THIS POST on the Prima blog for some more inspiring ideas. These necklaces can be used to make headbands, shirts, home decor projects and layouts!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day. :)

10 comments:

Malin said...

I saw your´s on the Prima blog and i just loved it, love the colors and the whole idea your to clever girl!!
The white one is so soft and pretty to♥

barbie_love said...

Oh my goodness they are BEAUTIFUL!!! My daughter already put my scrapbook flowers in her hair so these necklaces will be right up her alley!!

EileenMV said...

gorgeous!

Debbie said...

SO scrumptious, Annabele!!!

Broni said...

Oh wow! These are beautiful! I'll have to check them out! Thanks!

Romy said...

Wow, these cards are simply fantabulous! They are so feminine and elegant and I just love the itsy bitsy details you're using. They add so much extra to your already gorgeous work:)

pattyo said...

Love these bags and the gorgeous necklaces!

Debbi Tehrani said...

Absolutely beuatiful!

April said...

Your bags are beautiful!

Viola Mahr said...

These projects are all totally gorgeous! thank you for sharing, Anabelle. I love your beautiful creations.

hugs,
Viola