Tuesday, March 17, 2009

#586: glassine.

via greeting arts.

hey. so apparently, you can sew glassine.



Kelley at My Island Wedding said...

Are you doing this???? (Are these yours???)

Ten Thousand Only said...

kells: nope, these are not mine. and i'm not planning to make these, exactly.

but the 'sewing glassine' thing has me way intrigued at this very moment.

idk. tbd.

Rachel said...

Genius, right? I'm thinking you could do it with wax paper too. (Actually meant to try that for V-day but ran out of time). They look awesome.

Bridechka said...

These look great, you should total do it up.

Chic Maps by Nikki said...

I absolutely love the sewn glassine look, I've found a few great uses and thought I'd share!

Birdseed Bags:

My Favorite/Confetti Bags!

I am a BIG lover of your blog and I'd love you to check out mine. Enjoy! http://chicmapsbynikki.blogspot.com/

holly p said...

glassine bags are on sale at uline right now if you are looking for some glassine material. Wouldn't it be cool if it was the perfect width so you could just cut part of the bag off and slide it on your invite? The chances of it are slim (not sure what size your cards are) but they have different sizes. http://www.uline.com/Product/AdvSearchResult.aspx?keywords=glassine

talda said...

wow, you can and it looks so cute! hmm..see, these ideas are so contagious!

The Pissed Off Bride said...

Great idea. Never thought about ewing glassine. This would be great for petal packs

The Perfect Pear l.l.c. said...

what are they? hehehe bed sheets! i think not! oh! glassine!
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