Blog Hop * Thinking outside of the Box/ Bags - free tutorial!
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Hello everyone and welcome!
I'm an Independent Stampin' Up Demonstrator in Japan.
This is the third project for the blog hop "Thinking outside of the Box".
What I did was: Giant Shopping Bag for Barbie Doll
Isn't it adorable?!
What you'll need is:
- 6 x 5-inch designer's series paper
- 1/2 x 3-inch pattern strips x 4 pieces
- some kind of twine
- STAMPIN' TRIMMER
- PAPER SNIPS
- BONE FOLDER
- 1/8" (3.2 MM) CIRCLE PUNCH
- LEAF PUNCH
- LINEN THREAD
- BAKER’S TWINE
- PETAL GARDEN DESIGNER SERIES PAPER STACK
- GOLD GLIMMER PAPER
---- Making a Bag
I used 6 x 5-inch PETAL GARDEN DESIGNER SERIES PAPER STACK.
Score as shown in the photo.
Fold in at 1/2 in.
Glue where folded.
Fold according to the score lines.
Cut as shown to make middle flaps.
I've marked where I wanted to be hole punched.
(Dots are marked with a pencil.)
Hole punch using 1/8" (3.2 MM) CIRCLE PUNCH.
Decorate with any scrap that you may have.
1/2 x 3-inch strips from the same card stock.
PETAL GARDEN DESIGNER SERIES PAPER STACK
Leaves from LEAF PUNCH.
This is optional but
I've marked where I wanted to be hole punched for the sides also.
Glue using a snail where the arrows are.
Making a bow using a linen thread
I'd use Glue dots to put these bows.
BAKER’S TWINE for the handle.
This is how it should look like.
This is optional, but I've made a tag using
ICONIC CHRISTMAS PHOTOPOLYMER STAMP SET
ORNAMENTAL CHRISTMAS FRAMELITS DIES.
I've put a small strip of GOLD GLIMMER PAPER at the edge of this tag, which I used to punch out leaves.
Cut and make a slit as shown in this photo so you can take it off whenever you want to without ripping.
This is a quick guide where to score and cut.
You can make it simple and quick if you don't fold-in the mouth of the bag. If decide not to fold-in, measurements would be as follows:
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