The details I received for my 5th swap partner were:
Favourite Colours: purple and green
Decorating Style: haphazard and pretty
Favourite Things to Make: earrings and dolls
Hobbies, Passions: sewing, making Jewellery
I had been itching to use the green laminated fabric I purchased a while back. So I quickly decided to make a green themed swap package. I decided to make a little pouch with a ‘window’ – just to make things easier to find.
I had an idea for a travel friendly caddy. The quilted caddy can hold sewing bits and pieces, or jewellery or stationery but it unclips and lays flat so it can travel easily.
Ok, I confess I have a thing from frogs. So to continue my tape measure creations, I came up with this frog design.
My signature swap token – recycled notecards and envelopes. This set made from bright orange cardstock and green Japanese paper hexies. I love my newly acquired Fiskars hexagon punch. Envelopes were made from an old calendar. And some faux stitching with white gel pen.
And a few mints to complete the fifth and final package.
How lovely! I particularly covet the quilted caddy – what a useful thing, and the leaf fabric is beautiful.