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Toothpaste Tube Shaped Gift Bags

Hey I’m back again and today I have these fun Toothpaste Tube Shaped Gift Bags.

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I was looking back at my old tutorials and saw my Large Gift Pouch video and thought it would look nice with a circular base rather then a square.

Check out the Tutorial for this style below.

By simply changing the base you get a very different look, one that I thought resembled a Toothpaste Tube.

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To make these you will need…

1 piece of 12 x 12 paper, I used the Mermaid Coast paper pack by Craft Smith, as I mentioned in the video this is an American company and only stocked at Micheal’s,  I’ve found it on Amazon in the link above but its again from America, I cant find any available in the UK, sorry, I will keep looking though.

You need your bottom side of the 12 x 12 paper along the left hand side of your score board and score at 1.1/2, then rotate that side so its now running along the top of your score board and score at every 1/2″ but only up to that score line you just scored.

Circle die measuring approximately 3.1/2, you will need to die cut 2 circles.

Clip to fasten or you can hole punch the top and use ribbon to tie it closed.

Sentiment of your choice.

Check out my full tutorial below to see how I made them.

As always I hope you like this unusual gift bag and give it a go. Remember to share any of your makes on my Mixed Up Craft Facebook page or use the Hashtag #mixedupcraft so I can find your makes that way.

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Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

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2 thoughts on “Toothpaste Tube Shaped Gift Bags

  1. Hi Sam,

    Thank you for this email with the link to your Blog post.

    I have watched your video tutorial and found this so easy to follow, thank you.

    Thank you for inspiring me.

    Lorraine

    :O)

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  2. Hi Sam,

    Yes it is an unusual shaped bag/box but it is very roomy and the shape is quite appealing and it is not difficult to make (always a bonus!) I assume that you would be able to make it in different sizes smaller the same way.

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