How to Make a cute gift bag
We adore all the cute little valentines, heart shaped candies, and heart embellished gift boxes and gift bags that pop up on shelves around Valentine Day, but (ironically enough) they lack the heart that makes Valentine Day presents truly special.
Wrap your gift in personalized sentiment by foldin pandora bracelets g this origami heart gift box.
There are many different kinds of hearts that can be made with origami. Today we will make a simple square box with a cute heart decoration on top. This provides a great way to wrap up presents for any holiday or occasion.
Mona from Cup Cakes Creations demonstrates the use of a Cricut Expression machine to make gift bags. She starts with the smaller gift bag found on page 115 of the instruction book. It gives the option of putting holes in the bag. She sets the machine to cut two 5 1/2″ bags out of 12×12″ paper, and cuts it. With the bag cut out, she explains how the bag is folded and taped with Terrifically Tacky Tape, and decorated with pandora bracelets a 2″ tag. The tag is attached with a cord, and decorated with a ribbon. The larger gift bag is made using a 12×24″ mat. Once the image is cut out, she scored the bag and.
So many gift givers are mislead into believing that it only the gift that matters, so the gift bag or wrap can be cheaply purchased at the gas station an hour beforehand and then thrown together in a slapdash manner.
But gift bags are so much more pandora bracelets than ju pandora bracelets st a cover for a present these days. In this tutorial, you learn how to make a cylindrical photo gift box that showcases a photo dear to your or your recipient heart. This gift box is eco friendly (it made out of a can of Pringles!) and can be reused in the future as a container.
This video shows you how to make a personalized.
We all have a bag of old clothes somewhere, or old clothes lying randomly around the closet. You know, the t shirt that too ratty or that dress you got from Ann Taylor that looked perfectly in season a few years ago but now you can bring yourself to wear anywhere.
While you can take these retired body warmers over to Goodwill, you can put them to a much more creative use by upcycling them into wine bags and gift bags. Just watch this tutorial for the how to.