All About that Designer Series Paper (DSP) Series, Tutorial

DSP#5 Easy to make Handmade Table Favour Gift Bag

Learn how to make this adorable little handmade table favour

Isn’t this just adorable… a super cute fun handmade table favour for any occasion

Welcome to today’s blog which is Episode 5 of my All About that DSP! Series and today’s project is a 3-d project make. I have used the gorgeous Magnolia Lane DSP and co-ordinating ribbon to make this super adorable handmade table favour.

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This adorable little gift bag favour style bag would look good on your dinner table for special events such as Christmas Dinner – just change the DSP used to a festive one…. There’s enough room in there for some chocolate coins.

All products used are listed below for your perusal.

Instructions and Measurements:

We need a piece of DSP that measures 7″ x 5″
With the longest edge at the top score at 2, 3 1/4, 5 1/4 and 6 1/2 inches
Rotate once and score at 1 and 3 3/4 inches
Fold and burnish well
Cut away sections/flaps as shown in the tutorial below.
Pinch down the lid flap and punch a hole in top of bag and feed through your desired ribbon.

Want a bigger favour bag? Simply increase your sizes evenly on all measurements and score lines.

There are a few intricate steps to this project therefore I recommend that you watch the full youtube tutorial below – don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe – you can even share the link with friends. I hope you enjoy today’s make.

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Products Used:

Product List

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