Photo on the left is with the belly band on. On the right is with the belly band off.
I made this box specifically for Ghirardelli chocolates. These are my most favorite chocolates and I love to give them as gifts. This box is perfect for gifting to anyone you want to give a little something to without spending a lot of money but still show appreciation. (Mail carrier, hair stylist, teacher, etc.)
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Mossy Meadow Cardstock 3 1/2 x 4 1/2 & 7 1/2 X 3 1/4″ #133676
Todays post is a bag/box that I believe was designed by Sam Donald. I was wanting to make something with this new Delicate Ornaments Thinlits and this bag was the perfect fit. All supplies and dimensions are listed below.
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These adorable little purses have been all over the internet this past month. So, I jumped on the bandwagon. Since I love to make boxes and bags this was a perfect project for me.
This was my first one. I used Basic Gray in the new Stampin’ Up! Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack (available to order on June 2nd). I paired it with Basic Black card stock and and added Antique Brads.
I made 6 4″X4″ cards to go inside. I used the same paper stack as I did on the purse, on the card fronts, just switching up the patterns.
I love the new paper stack patterns.
I made a couple more with paper some of the retiring paper stacks. Pool Party with Island Indigo on the left, and Pink Pirouette with Melon Mambo on the right.
Pink is my very favorite color but I have to say that the Basic Gray one is my favorite of these 3.
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These kits get better every month. And the stamp sets that come with them are super! This months Paper Pumpkin kit was intended to make cards but I decided to change it up a bit. Here’s what I came up with.
You can’t really tell from the picture but this is a treat bag/box. The card stock in the kit is so nice. Easily strong enough to make a box.
With this one I used my favorite Melon Mambo which really pops against the black.
To make these bags, I placed the pre-scored card onto my Simply Scored and scored 1/4″ on each side of the pre-scored line. Then I turned it and scored each side 1/2″. I cut up to the score marks on the small squares in the center, ignoring the pre-scored line. Added adhesive and brought the sides together. Very simple and quick! The stamped images are all from the stamps that were included in the kit (except for the small flower on the Melon Mambo one).
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I have often wished I could make my own bag with Designer Series Paper that would be big enough to hold a stamp set.
I was surfing YouTube one day and came across a video that was perfect for making such a bag! This one above I made with the “Best Day Ever” free paper that is available right now from Stampin’ Up! Sale-A-Bration with a $50.00 or more purchase. And the buttons and ribbon called “Best Day Ever Accessory Pack” are also available for free with a $50.00 or more order.
This bag I made with retired Designer Series Paper. What a great way to use up some of the paper that has been sitting around! And what better way to decorate then with a Lolly or Rosette?!
This photo shows the size of the bag. It easily holds a stamp set plus room for lots more. It takes 2, 12×12″ sheets of paper. It measures 7″ tall x 6″ wide x 3″ deep. Very quick and easy to put together. Now I can have matching bag and card! Click here to watch the video.
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