Saturday, September 8, 2012

Attention to Details


The presentation of a gift can take something as simple and boring as bath towels and make them EXCITING!   I absolutely adore having a reason to give gifts which means I also have a reason to CREATE.  I probably put as much effort or thought into my packaging as I do the actual gift. I wonder if this love for packaging stems from my love of storage containers. Anyone else have a love for "Glass Jars"? Is there such a thing as too many? I think not!

 
This year in addition to our middle daughter's graduation from the University of Hawaii, we also received numerous high school Graduation announcements, thus creative AND thrifty were a must.  The gift above contains two bath towels that I simply stitched red rik rak across the bottom.  Fast, Easy, Inexpensive and Super Cute. 

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