A few weeks ago I was at the grocery store and they had free bananas. They were pretty ripe and needed to be used right away. I decided that some banana bread sounded great so I picked up enough for a loaf for us and for some mini-loaves for the neighbors.
At Christmas I had picked up some mini loaf pans on clearance at Michaels for 50 cents each! I hope they have them again this year because they are perfect! I bought the plain ones (white & red) so that I could decorate them myself and use them any time of the year and not just at Christmas time.
So, when the bread was done, this is how I decorated up the gifts to take to the neighbors (I made 6 of these).
I used some patterned paper that I've had in my stash for years. The tag was simple to make! The frame is from Fillable Frames #5. I stamped the outline image in a blue palette ink. The fun flowers are from the Boxes, Bags & Tag set and I stamped them in Champagne VersaMark ink.
As you can see, I punched a hole in the bottom of each frame image and ran my ribbon through the hole so it would go behind the tag and then tied a bow at the top. I thought that these turned out pretty cute and the neighbors seemed to really enjoy receiving them (and eating them too)!
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Supplies (all PTI unless noted)
Stamps: Boxes, Bags & Tags, Spiral Bouquet, Fillable Frames #5
Paper: Chartreuse Cardstock, Misc Patterned Paper
Ink: Champagne Versamark, Pure Poppy, Blue Palette
Other: Ribbon, Fillable Frame #5 die