I’m sorry, I know the title of this post is a bit of a mouthful. However, I’m at a bit of a loss of what else to call it!
I’m loving the new Gift Bag Punch Board! I think it’s proving to be almost as versatile as the Envelop Gift Board (that I truly adore!) and I have several projects and videos coming in the next few weeks!
I am also sorry for my terrible bows! That satin ribbon is still my nemesis! however, the 1″ dotted lace trim (in the new In-Colours) tied like a dream! I think I need to watch some more bow tying tutorials to master that satin ribbon though!
Card stock (although, this would work just as well with Designer Series Paper) – 10″ x 8 1/4″ (25.5 x 21 cm) or a piece of A4 cut on the long side to 10″ (25.5 cm)
Follow the instructions on the Gift Bag punch board to make a Small bag
Once you have the basic gift bag punched and scored, turn your card stock around and repeat the steps in reverse order, so that you end up with symmetrical flaps on both sides
Fold the flaps down on one side and use the other side of the punch board to punch holes as described on the board
These bags are super simple to make, although I’m sure I have made it look trickier than it is in the video (lots of ‘bloopers’ recently!), why not grab your board and have a go, I would love to see what you create!
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