Grain Sack Wine Bottle Bags

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grain sack wine bottle bags www.homeroad.net



I love grain sack and I love bees... 
and let's not even talk about loving wine!

grain sack wine bottle bags www.homeroad.net

So it was only natural to combine all three 
for this project...

grain sack wine bottle bags www.homeroad.net

The grain sack fabric is from Decor Steals
and the transfer paper for the bee design 
can be found on Amazon. 

The bee came from the Graphics Fairy.

The bags fit the regular and the large bottles of wine.

grain sack wine bottle bags www.homeroad.net

I made a whole bunch and they 
can be found at my next craft fair
set for May. 

If you are interested... I can ship.

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8 comments

  1. Those are beautiful! What a great gift.

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  2. You should use the bee as in busy for you logo! xo

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  3. May I ask what kind of transfer paper you used?

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    1. Lanie please click on the link that says "transfer paper" above... it will bring you to the page.

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    2. Joann had this TAP for a give away price 2 yrs ago and I bought 2 packets! Thank God because they don't sell anymore and it's very pricey every where else. Thanks for the great inspiration.

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  4. I need to start drinking wine because these are adorable! =)

    Jeanine

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  5. I don't drink wine, but those bags are just too darn cute!

    great job Susan

    gail

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