Friday, 10 April 2015

Find Out About Friday - How To Make A Gift Bag and Matching Card From Two Sheets of Card And Have Some Left Over!

I have a fun Find Out About Friday for you this week, I am going to show you how you can make a card and matching gift bag from just two sheets of card!  Actually you are going to have some left over.  Let's start by looking at the finished projects.
How To Make A Gift Bag and Matching Card From Two Sheets of Card And Have Some Left Over!
Start by cutting a piece of Whisper White Card Stock so it is 6 inches wide by the full A4 length of the sheet so it is just under 6 x 12 inches.  Stamp all over this with your favourite stamp set - here I have used Kinda Eclectic from Stampin' Up! UK and the colours are Sahara Sand, Smoky Slate, Coastal Cabana and Strawberry Slush.
How To Make A Gift Bag and Matching Card From Two Sheets of Card And Have Some Left Over!
Trim the card so you have a piece measuring 6x6 inches and use it to make a gift bag using this video.
To make the card trim the remainder of your stamped card to measure 10 x 14.4cm.  The sentiment strip measures 2 x 14.4 cm and is mounted on some Coastal Cabana measuring 2.5 x 14.4 cm.  The butterflies were all stamped and punched from the remaining Whisper White Card, using the Elegant and Bitty Butterfly Punches.  I added some Strawberry Slush Twine to finish everything off.
How To Make A Gift Bag and Matching Card From Two Sheets of Card And Have Some Left Over!
If you would like to learn more about making projects like this please get in touch bekka@feeling-crafty.co.uk

Happy Stampin'
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