2nd Day Of Christmas 2016 – Christmas Treat Gift Bag Tutorial

Welcome to the 2nd Day of Christmas 2016

Day 2 is a quick and easy treat bag that would be perfect for giving homemade treats to teachers and co workers. It’s easy because the bag is Stampin’Up!’s Petite Cafe Gift Bags – they even have a food safe lining inside. It’s also perfect for using up your scraps – paper that is! Not half eaten treats!  The bags have a self closing strip as well so there’s no need for extra clips or pegs.

christmas-treat-paperbag-helen-griffin-uk-2

Dimensions

Bag Size: Approx 8 x 3.5″

Large scrap of Garden Green and Very Vanilla Cardstock

Large Scrap of Cherry Cobbler (enough for 2 punches of the bow punch)

Banner
Garden Green: 2.5 x 1.25″
This Christmas DSP Scrap: 2.5 x 1″

Tag
2 x 2.5″

Thank you for visiting day 2’s project. If you have enjoyed today, please subscribe to my blog on the right and/or my YouTube channel so you don’t miss the rest of the series.

Helen Xx

Day 1 can be viewed here

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. Helen enjoys all aspects of papercrafting and you can find her projects on her website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines

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