We love a cute gift bag! See what Caroline Duncan created today, using Stampworkz set by Crafter's Companion!
Hi Everyone! Our fun collaboration with Crafter’s Companion continues this week! I wanted to work with the ever-so-cute “Hugs From Bamboo” Stampworkz set. I thought embossing the bag with little hearts would go great with the sentiment from the stamp set. That’s the great thing about the eBosser… you can emboss and die cut so more than just a sheet of card stock or papers! This quick, easy, cute gift bag is perfect for tucking in your end-of-the-school-year tokens of appreciation or to use for party favors. Also for an any-time gift for a friend or co-worker.
Gift Bag for Crafter’s Companion Month
eBosser by Craftwell
Crafter’s Companion “Hugs From Bamboo” Stampworkz
#3 Burgandy Paper Bag
Darice Heart embossing folder
Neenah Solar White card stock
Memento Tuxedo Black ink
Basic Grey Kissing Booth “Cupid” DP
Spellbinder’s Grand Ovals Die
Copics (W1, W5, W7, C7, BV0000, BV31, YR31, YR61, YR65, R81, R83, R85)
Manila card stock ticket stub (Tim Holtz die)
Ranger Archival Jet Black ink
Martha Stewart Ribbon
Trim bag top to desired length to match your embossing folder. Insert the bag, front side only, into the folder to emboss in the eBosser. Use the regular platform sandwich combination (D, C, bag and folder, A). Stamp the Crafter’s Companion Stampworkz Bear using Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Neenah Solar White cardstock. Color with Copics and hand cut out. Using your eBosser, dsie cut a piece of decorative paper with a Grand Ovals Die matching the size to the bag. Cut the oval in half. Score a line 1/4 inch from cut end and fold over top of bag and secure to the back of the bag to form a flap. Adhere the Bear onto the flap. Stick on magnetic discs to close the bag. Stamp the Sentiment from the Stampworkz set on a ticket stub. Add a ribbon to the bag around the top of the flap for a handle and you’ll have a pretty little gift bag.
Thank you Caroline!
See more of Caroline's adorable projects on her blog here:
Are you loving Crafter's Companion stamps sets? What are your favorites?
Post a Comment