Friday, October 23, 2009

Another Use for Cardstock

My mom recently gifted me a subscription to Midwest Living magazine. This month's issue features "26 Heavenly Homemade Gifts" and one of them is homemade bread in packages made from cardstock. How cool is that? Click HERE to see a picture of the package, and HERE for a template to make some of your own! What a cute holiday gift idea!

I soooo wanted to share the picture here, but was afraid I'd be violating copyrights, so the links will have to do. Click 'em though! You won't be disappointed!


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Lorie said...

You are right Sarah...that is a great idea! You so smart! :o)

Gina said...

Thanks for the link, I bake lots of bread to go with gifts and that is just perfect!

Julie Ranae said...

Sarah....Had to stop by when I saw the coincidental names! Hope you will come by and see what our Sarah Anderson and the rest of the DT are doing with the new Play Date Cafe Challenge! We'd love to have you'll find the link when you click on my name!

Kathleen said...

Sarah---I'm just a random stamper and I heard about your tragic loss---My heart aches for you and I'm praying for you during these difficult days that the God of peace would sustain you and you would find great comfort in the company of family and friends. many hugs~

Winter said...

Praying for you and your family in your time of sorrow. May God Bless you all.

Scrappinmum said...

As a mom of a 2 little kids, I cannot imagine loosing a child so very yung. My hear hurts deeply for you. I just had a miscarriage and though it's not the same as loosing a living breathing young boy the "WHY" question has to still feel the same. As a child who lost a parent at a very young age I think you will have a few of the smae missed dates for the rest of your life that will never make your loss easier. You will ache the day that should have been his first at school, and his last. You will wonder what Henry would have looked like full grown as a man. Big hugs and I will pray for you and yours. I love the digialt stamp in honor of your son and the memorial tree is a wonderful idea.

Denise said...


My heart aches along with yours. I have been a follower of your blog for a while now and have enjoyed every moment even the life moments. I am so sorry hearing about Henry and only wish that we lived closer to be able to help out in some other way. The memorial stamp and all is awesome. May god bless you and take care of your family!


Denise Wells

Sue said...

I am just a random craft blogger and just want to send my love and heartfelt sympathy to you and all your family, this is so tragic and totally uncomprehendable, may the love of everyone around you sustain you in your grief, take care of each other, Sue xx

Kim Tonnet said...

Oh Sarah, I'm here in Australia, linked with you by the internet by virtue of being a stamper and the mother of young boy. My heart breaks for you and your family. I am so very very sorry. Nothing I say will take your pain away but I do hope the support and kindness of friends and even strangers brings you some comfort. Keeping you in my thoughts. KimT

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