Stamped Linen Pouches

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stamped linen pouches

I created these simply stamped linen pouches for gift giving with just 5 supplies I had on hand and you can too!

With Easter just around the corner and back to back trips from Chicago to Dallas to California this month and I needed to pull together gifts for Easter quickly and without spending a lot of money! Luckily, I’ve been saving a few natural bath and body items I’ve made for gifts.

I made several tubes of Softening Chamomile Lip Balm in preparation for Easter two weeks ago. Today, I had to test out a recipe for Willow Sage Magazine.  I can’t say what it is yet, but it had a wonderful aroma from rose absolute essential oil and sweet orange essential oil.

I added each natural skincare treat to a stamped linen pouch and I was ready for Easter… that is after filling my baby girl’s Easter basket with so many things they wouldn’t fit. First-time mom moves of course!

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Supplies to Make Stamped Linen Pouches:

6 linen rectangles, cut to 5 x 7 inch

stamping ink, sand color

large scale stamp, butterfly

sewing thread, espresso color

12 rectangle of 5 x 7 inch card-stock

Instructions to Make Stamped Linen Pouches:

Layer two linen rectangles together and sew three sides leaving the top open, forming a pouch. Repeat to create 3 total linen pouches.

Insert a piece of card-stock into linen pouch. Tap stamping ink in your choice of color over a large scale stamp. Firm press stamp onto prepared linen pouch. Remove card-stock. Repeat to stamp all linen pouches. Let dry 15 minutes before use.

stamped linen pouches

These stamped linen pouches are not only perfect for Easter, but they are also a great way to package homemade soaps and bath teas. If you need a few last minute Easter ideas check out:

– Soothing Chamomile Lavender Milk Bath

– Whipped Body Butter

– Baked Apple Bath Fizzies

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      Lillian Stevens

      These are super cute and right up my alley! I love the rustic texture of the bags!

      Visiting via the Skip to my Lou linkup!

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        lifenreflection

        Thanks Lillian, they make great gift wrap for a lot of things!

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      Peabea

      Really cute idea. I thought you would have to print on the fabric, but I like this idea much better. Thanks for sharing. You’re so creative and love visiting your blog. 🙂

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        lifenreflection

        You are such a sweetheart, yes stamping is way easier than printing on fabric!

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