Monday, November 23, 2015

Happy Birthday

My daughter's birthday is in December so I thought I would make a little gift bag for her.

I started with a sheet of very pretty blue paper I made from a piece of junk mail. Once dry I cut out two stars. Mine are about 5 inches across.

I took a piece of pattern scrapbooking paper to make a bag to hold the gift. Each scored square is 2 inches by 2 inches. I have two flaps that will form the base.

 Fold to make a cube. I used washi tape to secure the side together and the bottom edges.

Secure the handles also using washi tape. 


Glue the stars to side with the handles. 
Add ribbon and a tag. 

Here is a view from above. As you can see, this is the perfect size for a jewelry box or a gift card.


You can stamp and decorate if desired. I also added a tag made from another piece of handmade paper. 


Supplies:

Medium Pour Hand Mold - Arnold Grummer's

Many thanks to the Ribbon Resource for the White Paper Rafia Ribbon! 
They have an amazing supply of ribbons for all your papermaking and crafting needs!

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