Paper Challenge 2 - Concertina Gift Bag

May 11, 2017



Here's my second entry for the team Happy Stampers DSP challenge to create and share 3 projects where paper is the basis of the project rather than cardstock.


For my number 2 I made this rather elegant looking conertina fold top gift bag. Super simple and super versatile. It's a decent 3 x 1 x 6 inches so could hold all manner of goodies, just be sure to pop them in before you finish making the bag.


This would look fab in Stampin' Up! peacock inspired Eastern Palace Suite. I've linked that here in case you've not grabbed your bundle yet... 20 days and it will no longer be available at that fab price as a bundle.


There's a PDF tutorial to download by clicking and it's free and check below for a supplies list, clicking on any item will take you to my Stampin' Up! online store where you can also check out the retiring list and clearance rack for fab DSP and other Stampin' Up! bargains.


As ever thanks for dropping by and be sure to #craftylittlethingsuk if you make and share this project. I love to see what gorgeous things other people create.


Andrea x




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