Where do you put all of your bags？ Need a tutorial for one？ Well， here you go.
Now， I know no one really sees these if they are tucked away in a closet…；…；.but maybe it’；ll make you smile every time you see it， if you pour your little heart out while making it. Go on and make it with some darling fabric to brighten up that dank closet. Just an idea.bed pillow covers
Thencustomized gifts for mom， make a casing for your elastic at each end. Turn over the fabric about an 1/4 of an inch and then fold it over again about 1/3 of an inch. Sew really close to the fold so that your 1/4 inch elastic can still fit. Do this to both ends.
Now， thread your elastic through each end and sew each end of the elastic securely to the opening of each end of the casing. Keep in mind， the larger piece of elastic is for the top of your holder (so you can shove many bags in) and the smaller piece of elastic is for the bottom (so that you only pull one bag out at a time).
Next， turn the holder right side out and pin the ribbon (I turned the end under once) into place， about 3/4 of an inch from the top. Sew the ribbon into place several times， making it secure.
Lastly， sew the 2 long sides together， with right sides together.
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That reminds me, I must find the time to take a long soak in the bathtub – running around preparing for Christmas, my body could do with some relaxation. I wouldn't want this of course if my bathroom wasn't inviting; it is okay sinking into hot water – but it won't feel so restful if the décor is hodge-podge!
Who is ready for 8 days of love and light? I know I am! I love Hanukkah and am getting my craft on. Above is an easy DIY Tissue Paper sign you can make for your mantle or door. Get the tutorial here: DIY Tissue Paper Signs, or find an illustrated step-by-step in our book, Pretty Prudent Home (which also makes an excellent Hanukkah gift for any crafty jew in your life like moi.