Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Feed Sacks, Flour Sacks, Sugar Sacks... Oh My!


I'm not sure if anything says Farmhouse Christmas quite like a sled piled high with vintage-inspired feed sacks! They make such a fun, creative alternative to gift wrap. Wouldn't they also look adorable hanging from a ladder on the front porch?

Product was received in exchange for this post. But as always, all opinions are 100% my own. 
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These cotton feed sacks range in size from 10"x16" to 12"x16" and have drawstring cords for closure. 
(Larger sizes, and a tea-stained option, are also available.)


I recently discovered the Feed Sack Lady, who not only sells feed sack bags in several sizes, but also feed sack tea towels, aprons, stockings and tree skirts! Have fun checking out Diane's shop here

You can also find her on Facebook here.


The Buck Wheat Flour, Reindeer Feed, and Gingerbread Cookie Mix feed sacks are perfect for the holidays!


Another great option is the feed sack multi-pack (below) because it includes three of the holiday feed sacks, along with a variety of other sacks that would still be charming for wrapping Christmas gifts, but could then also be enjoyed year-round.


Thank you so much for stopping by today. I'll be sharing more of fall at our farmhouse again soon, but couldn't wait to share these fun feed bag sacks with you. 

Xo

4 comments:

  1. Love the grain sacks. Such a cute way to wrap a present!

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    1. Yes, love how the wrap if part of the gift too! :) Thank you for stopping by!

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  2. The grain sacks are precious, and I love this idea!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! I'm happy to have discovered these cute feed sacks. :)

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