Tuesday, July 27, 2010
A message from Marcelina of Heart My Sisters:
"You can find hand carved rubber stamps, 1 and 2 inch buttons, journals, and jewelry items. Remember, if you don't see your sisterhood or sorority here, convo me and I can make a custom creation for you! Also, if you are interested in wholesale prices, please contact me. Enjoy!!"
This hand carved rubber stamp is a one of a kind design of a key, which is a symbol of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. It measures approximately 1.5" x .75".
This hand carved rubber stamp is a one of a kind design of a fleur de lis, one of the symbols of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. It measures approximately 1.25" x 1.25".
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Sorority Girl Time: KD Sorority/Creating sister bonds, originally uploaded by JamiSierra.pr.
Big sisters and little sisters are always there for each other. I love this picture because of the Kappa Delta letters in the background and the green shirts show clearly that this is a picture of sorority sisters.
Send in you pictures of sorority sisters with Greek letters displayed somewhere in the picture and I will consider featuring your photo in a blog post.
Show forth the variety, enthusiasm, love, and friendship of sorority sisters in your Greek sorority. Send pictures to sororitygiftideas (AT) gmail (DOT) com.
Thanks to JamiSierra.pr for her KD picture on Flickr! Add your comments to her photostream if you like it.
Thursday, March 25, 2010
Great Deal on big sister and little sister sorority gifts while Greek Gear has their Spring Cleaning.
See Little Sister Gifts blog post at SororitySisters.net for more information or go directly to Greek Gear to see the up to 90% off sale. See you there.
Great Greek Sale Right Now
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Something Greek usually has lower prices on sorority gifts and merchandise.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
This Delta Zeta bag was made by simply adding the Delta Zeta letters to a premade bag. The letters are cut out of hot pink fabric with a layer of Stitch Witchery cut out at the same time to back the letters. Stitch Witchery is not the only brand name of fusible bonding material that you can buy at any fabric store. It is fairly inexpensive and is perfect for appliqueing letters on fabric.
To set the fabric letters (with bonding underneath), lay a sheet of paper over the letters, and then iron the letters firmly with the iron set on WOOL. The paper is to protect the iron from the bonding if any of it hangs out from behind the letters.
Gently remove the paper from the letters after ironing them on.
Now I am ready to sew. I set my machine for ZigZag and short stitches and sew around each letters with matching or complementary thread. On this Delta Zeta bag, I used matching thread, but I like to use black thread sometime to make the applique really stand out.
See my other handmade sorority gifts ideas.
Have any of you appliqued Greek letters on a tote bag or some other item?