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Garden Shed Blog Hop

Welcome to the Club Scrap Garden Shed Blog Hop. Join us on the hop to see what this gifted group of ladies have created using this beautiful collection.  If you've arrived here from the very talented Tina's blog you're in the right spot. If not, make sure you start at the beginning to see what Karen has created for you.
I came across a cute gift set on Pinterest while searching for Garden Shed ideas. I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to create a birthday gift for a friend who's moving into a new home.

First thing I did was break out the envelope punch board and created 3 seed packets.

Stamp the front of the packets. Fill with seeds and seal.

Next, create three small bags. Trim the top of bags with fun edged scissors.
I actually took apart a small bag I had to create my own template.
Stamp front of bags. Stencil words onto plant stakes.
Wrap with twine and tie.  

I lined the pockets with trimmed dictionary pages of plants or bugs to hold small thyme sprigs.

Fill pot with seeds, bags and sprigs. Wrap with ribbon.

Thank you for joining us today. Please continue on to see what spectacular project Donna has created for you.


  1. What a lovely little gift set. So very pretty all together, love it! TFS!!

  2. Everything is so pretty, I love how you used the garden sticks!

  3. Ah this is a fun idea and you made all the bags look so beautiful!

  4. Lisa, as always, your work is wonderful! Love how you added real thyme in the pockets, lovely and must be so fragrant too! :)

  5. Just lovely and what a delightful idea.

  6. This is absolutely darling! Also a great idea for birthday party, shower or wedding decor!

  7. What an amazing set. Such a thoughtful gift.

  8. I love everything you did here. Everything coordinates perfectly...what a wonderful gift!

  9. Wow Lisa! Absolutely fabulous! Lucky person to get this gift. Have a great day.

  10. What a unique idea for a gift set! I like how you added the herb sprigs in the bags. Pinning this to my "Cool Gift Ideas" Pinterest board!

  11. Oh how lovely!!! and your pictures are so nice too. Great idea and crafting by you, the herb sprigs are such a great touch!

  12. OMG! So cute! LOVE the little pouches-great project :)

  13. I'm sure your friend loved this little gift. Who wouldn't? :)


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