Hi everyone, today I have these fun gift bags to share.
I love creating funny, novelty gift bags and really enjoyed doing these.
By using supplies most of us already have in our craft stash and a little creativity you can make these easy gift bags.
I made a Santa, Elf and Mrs. Clause version, I think next I will do a Snowman and a Christmas pudding!
Speaking of Christmas Puddings, check out last year’s festive bags below.
I used real metal buckles on these bags, but as I mention in my tutorial, it’s not a necessity but I do think they give the bags a very authentic look and some texture.
SUPPLIES USED TO MAKE THESE GIFT BAGS
Dress My Craft Scallop Border Punch available here.
Dress My Craft 2.1/2 Scallop Circle Punch available here.
Pink Fresh Stamps from issue 76 of Creative Stamping magazine available here.
White Posca Pen available here.
20mm Hook & Loop pads available here.
MEASUREMENTS NEEDED TO MAKE THESE GIFT BAGS
2 pieces of 6.1/4 x 9.1/2 coloured card for the front and back.
Score along the 9.1/2 side at 2.1/2
2 pieces of 3.1/2 x 8.1/4 coloured card for the sides.#
Score along the 8.1/4 side at 2.1/2 and then score along the 3.1/2 side at 1/2″ & 3″ and then at 1.3/4 about 3/4″ of the way down.
1 piece of 6.1/4 x whatever hight you need black card for the belt feature.
1 piece of 1.1/2 x 7″ white card for the faux fur effect.
2 strips of 1″ x 11.3/4 coloured card for the handles.
2 pieces of 2.1/2 x 3/4″ card for the side detail.
Score along the 2.1/2 side at 1.1/4
Extra card for the colour detail and tag.
Check out my full tutorial below.
The cute gift tags finish the bags off nicely.
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2 thoughts on “Brilliant Festive Gift Bags 6 x 2.1/2 x 7”
Super cute projects, just in time for Christmas! Thanks for sharing.
These are adorable Sam. Love all 3 of them. TYFS