Learn how to make this adorable little handmade treat bag using one sheet of 6×6 DSP
Isn’t this just adorable… a super cute fun handmade treat bag for any occasion – simply change the theme of your DSP.
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 project was inspired by many similar projects on YouTube, however, after watching my team mate #taffycrafting I knew I had to have a little go.. Thanks Donna (www.taffycrafting.blogspot.com)
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 6×6 inches
On your scoreboard, make sure the edge that you want to be the top of your bag is on the right hand side (important if you have patterned paper)
Score at 1 3/8″ and turn clockwise to the right.
Score at 1 3/8″ down to score line only the score at 2 3/4″ all the way down, 4 1/8″ down to score line only and finally 5 1/2″ all the way down.
Fold and burnish your full lines
Cut out and adhere together as per you tube tutorial below.
Want a bigger favour bag? Simply use a larger piece of DSP 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
You Tube Tutorial – How to make your own handmade Treat Bag
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