Helen Griffin UK Christmas in July Day 2 Papervag album with lid 1

Christmas in July 2019 | Day 2 | Paperbag Mini Album with Lid

For day 2 we have a really easy paperbag album to make. This tutorial will take you though it step by step, so you can join in whatever size of bag you use.

This is one of my favourite ways of putting together a paperbag album. I have teamed it up with a digital paper collection from Nitwit Collections called Classic Christmas. The best thing about using digital papers, is that they can be used any time of year – there’s no waiting for the right season for the shops to stock them.

Helen Griffin UK Christmas in July Day 2 Papervag album with lid 3

Everything I have used is listed down below, the tutorial, and cutting guide.

I hope you enjoy today’s tutorial! There are still 3 more days to go!

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Cutting guide

Page Mats
3.25″x3 1/8″ | 3.25″x 2″ | 3.25″x 1 7/8″

Cover
3.75″x 10″ Score at 1.50″,2.5″, 6″, 7″

Cover Mats
3.5″x 3.25″ | 3.5″x 2.75″ | 3.5″x 1.25 | 3.25″x 0.75″

Lid
6 9/16″x 4 1/16″ Score at 1.5″ on all sides

Lid Mats
3.25″x 1.25″ | 3.25″x 7/8″ | 1.25″x 7/8″

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Helen

Papercraft designer & educator. My aim is to inspire and provide easy to follow tutorials - so you can create my projects with ease. You can find my projects on my website, Youtube and in papercraft magazines.

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