Thursday, 9 August 2018

Handbag Style Gift Box/Bag in Frosted Florals Specialty DSP

One of the first items on my pre-order Wish List from the new Seasonal Autumn/Winter Catalogue was the very beautiful Frosted Florals Specialty Designer Series Papers.  They are right up my street.  The colours are all very soft and the papers have a really lovely pretty shimmery quality.



I decided to showcase one of the designs from the papers for this cute little handbag style gift box.  It is designed specifically for small light-weight treats/gifts.   Anything too heavy/bulky would not be suitable as the bag would definitely pop open.

I have put together a video providing step by step instructions.   The important factor is that the little slot where the strap feeds through should not be placed low on the front panel.  It needs to be at least half way down the panel, but preferably a little higher than that.  This will help the handbag to remain closed and the gift secure.



Hope you like it.  Thanks for looking.

Bye for now,

Linda xx

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7 comments:

  1. I love this purse! As I do many of your purses. Do you allow your ideas to be used for craft fairs?

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  2. Thanks Deb. Absolutely I do ! I see no point in sharing otherwise :)

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  3. I love this little bag Linda. Would you be able to just put both the circles together, then close the bag so the one with the glue dot is in the right place?

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  4. This is so awesome!! So elegant! We have a group of ladies called secret sisters at church. we each have a secret sister to pray for all year and then at end of year she is revealed at a banquet. These would be awesome favors!!!! Thanks so very much for all your ideas. I wish you were closer.

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  5. An amazing little treat bag Linda and you are certainly correct about the DSP gorgeous too. TFS :O) xxx

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  6. This is adorable; can't wait to try it. And by the way, your tutorials are SO well done and easy to follow. Thank you!

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