So my sweet friend, Margie, approaches me one day, saying, "Leslie needs about 20 handouts for the leaders of Girls Camp, and I think we should help her out cuz she has enough on her plate right now." So we brain stormed and here's what we came up with:
The theme for Girls Camp this year was, as you see above, Daughter of a King. Meaning, you are a daughter of God.
So I typed it up and printed it out on paper first. Then, I taped the linen to the paper, so that they would line up just right...
Fed them through the printer and then stamped the crowns.
Next, Margie used her Super-Duper Viking with all the bells and whistles and did a decorative stitch all the way around.
Next, we frayed all the edges by pulling out the threads up to the stitching line, put in an eyelet, and attached the small tassel.
Margie had the great idea to attach a candy bar and little note to each.
What a happy picture above! Below, is what we put inside the notes. The only caution I would throw out there, is that linen is very expensive. Margie got this piece at a needlework shop and I believe it was around $25. However, there was just enough left for me to make a couple of miniature Lavender-filled pillows. Be looking for them in the Shop soon.