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Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

Hello friends, I hope you are all doing well, I’m currently playing catch up, so today I’m sharing the Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag I made and shared last week.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

I was looking back at my much older videos and saw my Kit Kat treat box that I  had made, it held x2 Kit Kat bars and is a really sweet little project.

I love how these boxes fold completely flat, making them perfect to make now and store away until needed.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

The fit a box of 6 Tunnocks Teacakes perfectly.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

I decorated the one during my FB live using the Tonic Studio ‘Garden Gnome’ stamp set, it’s so adorable and really fun to colour.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

I blended the background using my Oxide Inks and coloured all the images using coloured pencils.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

For my YouTube tutorial, I wanted to make one using pattern paper, so you can see the difference between the two styles.

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

MATERIALS USED

Tonic Studio (Garden Gnome) set available here.

First Edition Bloom & Wonder paper pad available here.

Distress Oxide Inks available here.

MEASUREMENTS NEEDED

1 piece of 8″ x 10.1/4 card for the base

Score on all 4 sides at 1.3/4

2 pieces of 6.3/4 x 8″ card for each side.

1 or 2 pieces of 6.1/2 x 7.3/4 pattern paper to decorate the sides.

Rectangle dies to make the handles.

Check out my full tutorial below.

 

Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

Thank you for stopping by today, if you would like to join in with my Facebook Live tutorials please like my page here.

Happy crafting

Sam

xoxo

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2 thoughts on “Easy Fold Flat Tray Bag

  1. I love these smaller ones Sam. Wonderful idea to give as pick-me-ups for our postal carriers, nurses, doctors, and the list goes on. Especially in the word of our pandemic right now. Please be safe Sam. TYFS

  2. Hi Sam…was wondering if you got my message the other day about writing a birthday saying for my sister whose husband past away last July. I don’t want it to sound too happy but not like a sympathy card. Got any ideas. Thanks…
    Love your tutorials.
    Nancy Owens

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