Saturday, 18 February 2017

Floral Boutique Gift Bag Swap & My First YouTube Tutorial!


Tomorrow I am attending an event that my upline Michelle Last has arranged for Stampin' Up! Demonstrators in her downline. I'm really looking forward to it as I've not see my good friends Baz and Sasha since November and I can't wait to have a catch up with them. Of course I am looking forward to seeing everyone else and also to do some much needed crafting!! Michelle designs the most beautiful projects and its really nice to sit back and make something that someone else has designed.


I made a treat bag in this style back in December and I had lots of lovely people comment on my blog and email me asking for a tutorial. I am pleased to say that I have finally plucked up the courage and made a YouTube tutorial - I hope you like it and please do let me know by liking it or subscribing to my channel.

I designed this treat bag myself, I think its quite unusual as it has a square base and curved sides. Its super quick to make and its the perfect size to hold a few treats. From one pack of 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper, you can make 48 of these bags!


To make this bag you need a 6" x 6" piece of Designer Series Paper and score as follows:
  • Score at 1 3/8"
  • Turn paper clockwise
  • Score at 1 3/8" (only to the score line)
  • Score at 2 3/4"
  • Score at 4 1/8" (only to the score line)
  • Score at 5 1/2"
Once you have done this, grab some scissors and some tape and click on the link further down below to watch my video to see how to make this gift bag.


You can click here to go to YouTube to watch my tutorial or you can click on the play button below.


To make this project you can buy the products I have used from my Online Shop which can be found in the menu bar at the top of the screen. All the products are listed below under labels - you can also find the product names and the product codes on my video as I use each product, please do contact me through my social media channels if you have any questions at all.


3 comments:

  1. You did a great video Kim. Thanks for sharing the measurements.

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