////DIY Tutorial: How to Make Lavender Sachets

DIY Tutorial: How to Make Lavender Sachets

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You may recognize these adorable Lavender Sachets from the Playful Purple Butterfly Party! Stefanie Richter of anna and blue paperie, here sharing my easy sew Lavender bags which make for a fun party activity as well as a great party favor.

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LAVENDER SACHETS – A DIY TUTORIAL

by: Stefanie Richter of anna and blue paperie

SUPPLIES:

lavender materials

– Tray
– Dried Lavender
– Pinking Shears
– Scissors
– Fabric
– Embroidery Thread
– Needle
– Spoon
– Ribbon

STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS:

lavender sachet diy tutorial

1. Using pinking shears, cut 2 rectangles of fabric measuring 4 x 8 inches to prevent the fabric from fraying.

lavender sachet diy tutorial

2. With wrongs sides of fabric facing, stitch together the sides and base of fabric using the needle and embroidery thread.  The stitch should be small enough so that the lavender cannot leak out.

lavender sachet diy tutorial

lavender sachet diy tutorial

 3. When the bag is complete, use a spoon to carefully fill it with dried lavender.  Fill the bag approximately halfway up, and make sure it is quite full and plump.

lavender sachet diy tutorial

4. Tie ribbon around the bag, just above the lavender.  Trim ends of ribbon using scissors.

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By |2018-02-12T09:41:40+00:00May 6th, 2013|Free Printables|

About the Author:

STEFANIE RICHTER

is the owner of anna and blue paperie, an online shop specializing in custom and stylish party printables, invitations, stationery and more. Her blog provides party inspiration, free printables, recipes as well as diy tutorials.

Stefanie graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Business and Communications. When she left her career in the financial industry to stay home with her first daughter, she started making handmade stationery, invitations and other paper products as a creative outlet. Her love for all things paper turned into reality when sheopened her online shop. Stefanie loves designing all elements for parties from the invitations to the paper goods for dessert tables to creating thank you notes for guests.

anna and blue paperie has been featured on Hostess with the Mostess, Amy Atlas, Martha Stewart Dreamers into Doers, Parents.com and more. Recently, anna and blue paperie was nominated as a Martha Stewart American Made finalist.

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  3. Jenna May 6, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    Omg. So cute! Love the color lavender.. I made little sachets for my nieces a week ago and used this beautiful blue organdy ribbon.. Comes in so many other colors too! Here’s the link:

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