Friday, 3 July 2015

Mini Gift Bags Tutorial using Go Wild 6 x 6 DSP Stacks from Stampin' Up, Perfect for Wedding Favours!

Mini Gift Bags Tutorial using Go Wild 6 x 6 DSP Stacks from Stampin' Up


How sweet are these little boxes? There is a video of how to make them at the end of this post. 

They are each made using a single sheet of 6 x 6 paper, I've used sheets from the fabulous Go Wild DSP stack.

I know a few people have said to me that they are put off this DSP Stack as it is "all animal prints" so when I was making these cute little boxes I purposely tried to pick the other patterns to show how lovely they are too. 



They are also no-cut boxes so ultra easy to put together.

I really like the way you can get quite different looks out of the same base box by changing the way you close it. 


Clothes pegs are obviously the easiest way to close these up but I've also made sweet little closures using a selection of punches. 

I think they would make great wedding favours.


Obviously they would also look completely different if you used a different DSP. You could use Cherry-on-Top DSP stack for a really bright and cheery look, maybe for a childs birthday party.
Enjoy the video - I hope you give them a go.




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Dimensions:
Score one side at 1-1/2 inch by 4-1/2 inch
Score second side at 2-1/2 inch by 3-1/2 inch

2 comments:

  1. These are so adorable!!!! So after you fold them, I'm thinking they're 2 inches wide? I was wondering if a larger piece of paper could be used to make a little gift bag for a gift card?! I am going to find some cute paper and make some of these ahead of time for my daughter's class next year!

    Do you come up with all these measurements and ideas yourself? Wish I could be as creative!

    Thanks again. :)

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  2. These are so cute!! I now need the Go Wild dsp!! Thanks for showing the other side.

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