Are you guessing what POTM stands for?? I did too when I 1st saw it – it’s the Project Of The Month. Our design team takes turns to feature stamps on a project every month and write a tutorial on how to do it. Here is mine:
I was making this bag for a sandwich lunch I made for my husband to take to work on a special occasion (he usually just carries a regular lunch bag because I’m not making this for every single lunch! Are you kidding me…).
It’s really simple to make .. I’m not one for elaborate projects that mere mortals like myself can only drool on.
Any patterned paper (I used Kaiser Craft)
Gourmet Rubber Stamp set (In the Kitchen)
dies (Papertrey Ink – tag and front and center die)
brown lunch bag
- Cut 2 rectangle piece of patterned paper approx. larger than the front and center die, stitch a panel of cardstock down the middle and die cut both panels (this will make the front and the bag of the bag).
- Adhere a ribbon down the front center panel.
- Trim a lunch bag down to size and adhere the stitched panel to the front and bag of lunch bag.
- Die cut a tag, stamp and color the cute little toaster. Attach a piece of twine to the top of the tag
- Make a bow from the same ribbon and add tag and bow to the bag. Embellish with a button.
There you have it … and there are so many cute images on the set that I’m planning to use the muffin image for my son’s school lunch next. Here is the cutest kitchen set I’ve laid my eyes on.