Warm Holiday Wishes~ We are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who are Hoppin’ with Holiday Crafting ideas to share with you!
During GIFTING season, use your stampin’ supplies to package a pretty present:
Adding a card to the outside of a gift bag dresses it up and this one really rings with good cheer.
Did you know Stampin’ Up!’s “Tis the Season” Designer Series Paper (DSP) has patterns that match many of the stamps in our Holiday Catalog that don’t have their own coordinating papers? While the jingle bell paper is perfect for the Cherish The Season bundle, I paired it with the Banner Year bundle and it’s petite holly image.
To make the tab to hang the card from: you’ll need a piece of 2-1/2′ x 5-1/2″ Designer Series Paper and the Classic Label Punch: Push the paper all the way into the punch (with the edge of the punch lining up with the short edge of the paper) and punch all the way across until the other edge of the paper lining up with the other side of the punch. Adhere the *top* of the Designer Series Paper to the bag with Tear & Tape, leaving the punched side unattached so as to slide your card through.
NOTE: The card needs to open from the top hinge to be able to hang from the tab!
Hop along to Rochelle’s post for MORE MERRY crafting, but before you go, tell me what you learned here!Product List
November 2020 New at SU! Roll
Tricia’s Stamping Creations – Christmas Means More
Carterie Plus – Snowman Gift Tower
Moore Fun Stamping – Gift Wrapped
Creative Juice by Loni – Banner Year
Stamping Flair – Wishes & Wonder
Gifted Hands Ink – Snowflake Splendlor
Playing with Papercrafting – Pine Woods
Stampin’ Scrapper – Snowman Season
3 thoughts on “New at SU!: Be Merry Card & Bag”
What a cool idea – a gift bag with a place to hang a greeting card – and such a beautiful one, too! Thanks for sharing your creativity, Loni!
Wow! I have made a few of these bags, but I just love the way you made the card pop by making the opening like a flap. Brilliant idea using an already made gift bag. Now why didn’t I think of that?