Many cities and counties are no longer bagging purchased items without charging a small fee. Plastic bags are becoming a thing of the past. Although I have a lot of reusable shopping totes, I rarely remember to bring them with me. So unless the item can fit in my purse, I pay the extra cents to purchase a bag. Or sometimes I get a bag because I see that it's a great tote bag. (I know...bag nerd!) Sometimes I use the bag as is to tote items but most times I recycle them as gift bags.
This bag held cooking oils from Stewart & Jaspers and I converted it into a gift bag for my granddaughter's 6th birthday.
I turned this black/white striped Sephora bag into a gift bag for my husband. I'm sure he was glad he didn't get a gift from Sephora LOL.
I use my Cricut to cut out different decorating elements and glue them right on the bag. The possibilities are endless!
I'm adding this to the Bitten by the Bug 2 challenge blog. This week's theme is football. Click HERE to get to the challenge site. I love Cricut challenges since I love working with my Cricut!
Cricut Cartridges Used:
Mermaid bag: Life's a Beach and Create-a-Critter
49er bag: George Basic Shapes and Plantin Schoolbook