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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Hello, you.....Bag in a Box

Happy Tuesday Peeps!!

Yesterday I had the day off work and so I spent some time at my stamp table, after I got a few cards made for some design team work I decided to play a bit.

I had seen a a bag like this on Pintrest and wanted to make one. 
I used some of the New Bohemian DSP. The colors in this pack just ROCK!!!

I followed a video tutorial HERE, just making a couple of modifications.

I used Blueberry Bliss cardstock for the trim and handles.

The fun part was creating the little hang tag. The sentiment comes from the retiring Regarding Dahlias stamp set. The flowers are stamped from the Petite Petals stamp set, in Delightful Dijon and Blackberry Bliss ink. Punched out with the matching punch. I made the leaves with the same flower just stamped with Old Olive and punched out and cut apart. I used the silver Mini Brads for the flower centers.
The stamped image across the bottom is also Blackberry Bliss ink and the stamp is from the Butterfly Basics stamp set
I added a bit of silver ribbon and added the tag to my bag handle with a little chain.
After making this one I decide to make a little smaller one and use some of the new DSP from the Cherry on Top 6x6 paper pad.

How much do you LOVE that cute little cherry paper???!!!! 
I will be filling these little cuties with some sweet treats.

Thanks for stopping by and if you make one of these I would love to see it.

thanks for stopping by today



Conniecrafter said...

Those are just too cute, great papers for them and the tags top it off nicely!

Jenny Engelke said...

What a wonderful, little design! Thanks for sharing the tutorial, Vicki....I can't wait to try one for myself!

Vicky said...

I'm in love with these little bags, thanks so much for sharing!!
I wondered if you could possibly share the dimensions of the smaller one you made as well?
thanks so much,

Renee' Davey said...

So stinkin' cute!!!! :-)

Wendy said...

Love, love, love! Aren't these purses addicting???!! I really love the ones you made with the Bohemain DSP! So flippin pretty! :)