Sunday, May 12, 2013

I Dig You Gift Bags

I promised more info on my blog hop projects, so here is the info on the gift bags :)
For all of the bags, you will trim off the smallest section on one bottom corner, this is below the side flap.


Blue Bag
DSP 6½"x12"

Scoring:
With 6½" side at top, score at 1½"
Turn 90° to the left, scored line is now closest to the bottom and the 12" side is at the top
Score at 4", 5½", 9½", and 11"

This bag got a little decorative edge too with an edgelit. You have to do it after it is all scored and the side flap is adhered, but before you fold up the bottom flaps. It just fits through the Big Shot :)


Orange Bag
DSP 6"x12"

Scoring:
With 6" side at top, score at 2"
Turn 90° to the left, scored line is now closest to the bottom and the 12" side is at the top
Score at 3½", 5½", 9", and 11"



Green Bag
DSP 7¼"x12"

Scoring:
With 7¼" side at top, score at 2¾"
Turn 90° to the left, scored line is now closest to the bottom and the 12" side is at the top
Score at 2¾", 5½", 8¼", and 11"

The supplies I used for these bags were all pretty similar and they came together really quickly. I didn't even think really hard about the dimensions, I just started scoring, making sure that my total inches needed did not exceed 12".
  • Stamps: I Dig You, Teeny Tiny Wishes
  • Ink: Early Espresso, Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango, Midnight Muse
  • Paper: Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango, Midnight Muse, Naturals White, and Lucky Limeade, Tangerine Tango, Midnight Muse DSP from color family DSP packs.
  • Other: Simply Scored, Sticky Strip, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Big Shot with Window Frame, Ovals, and Labels framelits and Finishing Touches edgelit, 2½" Circle punch, Essentials, Festive, and Occasions Paper Piercing Packs, Paper Piercer and Mat, dimensionals
There are a few retiring products used here, including the DSP and the I Dig You  stamp set. You can visit my demo site to SHOP NOW for these before they are all gone!

3 comments:

Adriana Benitez said...

The bags are great. Thanks for the measurements and how-to. Looks like a good size for gift giving and a great way to use up patterned paper :)

Paula said...

I love these. I have pinned them so I can use the measurements in the future. Thanks!

Yapha said...

These are such super cute bags! Thanks for the dimensions and instructions.

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