Monday, 21 November 2011

The Scrapbook Garden- Square Gift Bag


This is my 5th project from this months design kit for

My friend Shelagh kindly gave me this template to make these fab little gift bags.
The template is too large to be able to cut 2 pieces from one 12 x 12 paper
but as these papers went so well together it seemed fine to do a plain back and a contrasting front.  I used Bazzill Ruby Slipper and also Authentique Curiosity


I folded the paper on the score lines ( both pieces are identical)
Then punched holes in the top of both panels ready to accept the ribbon
which was from my own stash.

Using double sided tape i placed some on all of the edges
and attached both pieces to each other

I added the ribbon and secured it on the inside of the bag.


Its made a lovely little bag which was very quick to make.
Im sure I will be making alot more of these in all different colours .

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Eve this time, and if you visit everyday you will get an entry every day into the draw.
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Thanks for stopping by and for leaving a comment , its much appriciated
Have a good week, and Happy Crafting

4 comments:

The Scrapbook Garden said...

Thanks Jaqi for showing us how to make this lovely little gift bag. As you suggest it could be made in other patterns for birthdays, special occasions etc. Ann x

florenceandfreddie said...

Lovely gift bag Jaqi.
Regards Florence x

SYLVIA-ANNE said...

Fabulous gift bag Jaqi - thanks for sharing the tutorial. A great idea for the festive season,and much nicer than some of the bought ones!
Thanks so much for visiting my blog -
Sylvia x

Neet said...

Sorry I have not been around - no excuse - just not been blog hopping or doing much of anything. Must be the time of year.
Love those bags you have been making Jaqi - can see they become addictive.
Off now to see some jore of your psots - working top to bottom or wrong way round. Hugs, Neet x

This is brilliant , i love it !