I am so grateful that one of my lovely YouTube Subscribers sent me a little parcel of goodies a little while ago which she thought I might enjoy basing some of my projects around. Today is the second of those items and is a Tab Bag (for want of some better way to describe it!)
This is such a cute little gift wrapping and is ideal for any small item. In this case a trolley token, which is such a useful gift to give.
The project uses very few supplies, being based around a piece of 3 x 6″ paper. That means you can get two from a piece of our small stacks, or an amazing eight from a piece of 12 x 12″. A few scraps of cardstock a short piece of ribbon and baker’s twine and you are done!! Oh, and both the card colours are available in the Colour Theory Cardstock Pack – result!!
I love quick projects like this.
the Supplies to make this Tag Bag? Hop over to my online store and
get the items you need to do so delivered to your door
your order is over £25 (plus P&P), please use the Hostess Code:
share in the Hostess Rewards for this month AND become a VIP. If your
order is over £150 (plus P&P), please don’t use the Hostess Code
as you will get to pick your own rewards, but don’t worry, you will
still become a VIP Reward Member.
July anyone who places an order of £25 or more in my online store
will also be entered into my Giveaway – one entry for EVERY £25
spent. Find more information here:
Stampin’ Up! Is running Bonus Days, so for every £45 you spend with
me in July, you will get a voucher for £4.50 to use in August!!
Starter Kit is ALWAYS great value just £99 for your choice of £130
of products (with no additional P&P), but throughout July you get
addition to your choice of £130 of products, you will receive an
Essentials Kit and the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set – total value
£65. The Essentials Kit includes 2 x D Blocks, Grid Paper, Paper
Snips, SNAIL Adhesive and a Bone Folder. All in all making this the
PERFECT time to:
Designer Series Paper – 3 x 6″ (7.5 x 15 cm)
With paper in Portrait Orientation, score at 1/2″(1.25 cm) on both long edges (turn the paper round between scores so you know the distance is definitely 1/2″
With the paper in Landscape Orientation, mark at 1-1/2″ top and bottom and at each end, score at 2-3/4 and 3-1/4″ (7 and 8.25 cm)