I have a thing for paper shopping bags. As a matter of fact I save all shopping bags and collect vintage paper products. I used to have a huge stack of shopping bags, but sometimes I look at the pile and think....Prudy! What ARE you doing? So currently I only have a few shopping bags, but don't worry, I plan on shopping in the near future.
Back to the subject at hand. I don't want to spend hundreds of dollars for shopping bag's for show's.... So I decided to take my shopping bags.................
And my vintage newspapers, a glue stick and a marker, and make new label's for my old bags.
It was actually fun. I didn't like cutting up the vintage newspaper, but I figured it was just sitting in a bin in my closet, so I might as well use it!
I can tell you exactly what I bought that was in these bags. Is that bad? This is the most darling bag from a store in Hawaii called Cinnamon Girl. Summer shirt.
This bag was from Janie and Jack. When I was pregnant with Sophie I bought her a really yummy pink knit sweater. On the clearance rack of course.
Guess where that bag is from......
That was my retail therapy from Bare Escentuals. Blush and eye shadow.
White House Black Market. Really cute sandals with a bow across the front and wedge heels.
Nordstrom's. After going to IKEA with my sister we stopped to look at Clinique stuff and I walked out with this bag.
So you may not need shopping bags for customers, but you could do this for birthday's or Christmas too! Write whatever you like on the new label.
Come back and tell me what you make!