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Double Pocket Treat


I created this little treat holder for my boss, because today, she is buying everyone lunch.  It's her way to get us to come into the office every once in a while so she can see our faces!  I figured if she was going to buy my salad, I thought she might enjoy a little snack!

This was a super quick project.  For the front, I used, "how YOU doin".  I love that set, because I am finding it really quite versatile...and it's super cute!


Don't you agree?

One thing really neat about it, is that it is double sided and has two pockets!

 So, on the flip side, I added a little note!  It's using the set, "The Simple Things".  Also another wonderful {ippity} classic!


I have a new project on my needles that I am anxious to finish.  This yarn is spectacular, isn't it? And don't you just love the background?  All my stamping off makes for a pretty cool backdrop for the project.







Comments

Kary said…
Hi Rebecca, what a lovely gift for your boss. Love the double pockets on the treat bag. And, your knitting project looks gorgeous! Happy Friday!!
Crystal said…
Adorable pocket holder!
Dr. Ivy said…
So adorable. Love this double pocket.
Jackie S said…
Love the card/pocket. Lucky boss
Ruby said…
Very nice project.
Becky Litz said…
great project, I love those stamp sets (I have both ;)
Sarah said…
What a great treat holder! Super cute idea!
Gwen said…
Rebecca, love your little treat pocket, what a perfect way to say thanks!! Your knitting is gorgeous, be sure to show us the finished project!!
Linda said…
Those are really cute ideals. I think I need a good box too.
JPScraps said…
The pockets are so cute.
Eva said…
What a cute idea, and it turned out just perfect!
Barb King said…
Very cute treat bag! Barb
Noelle Reese said…
I love all of it, including the stamping off sheet LOL
Julie Odil said…
Great project. I bet your boss loved it.
Glenda J said…
What a great idea! Brilliant!
Lindsey said…
What a cute treat pouch! Wow, way to be nice to your boss. :D
Chris Dring said…
Rebecca, this pocket holder is fabulous! I'd love to know how to make one! TFS!
angie/shuggy said…
what a fun project!
Glenda J said…
Oh yes, and thanks for your comment on the Paper Smooches blog too. :)

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