Gift bag tag

So, here’s another project.  Super simple and super cute!  First, I made our chevron bags into a gusseted bag (meaning it has sides that can potentially fold in and has a flat bottom).  I used the banner framelits and the scalloped tag toppers punch (it’s just a hair under 2″ wide) for that banner in the back.  I just folded over the bag top and secured it closed with those adorable metallic clothes pins.  I wrapped the ribbon around the flap of the bag (not all the way around the bag, just under the flap).

Bag Tags

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WOW!

I have to say that when I get a referral, I love it!  I made these darling little apple cider packets for the craft fair at Liberty High School in the beginning of the month.  From there, I got two referrals!  I have made over 90 of these great gifts this month!  The last of them went out today, FedEx!  One of the referrals prompted a new gift idea that I came up with!  That, I will save for another post to come soon!  Basically, all this is a cello bag filled with a cider packet and a cinnamon stick!

applecider

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Using What You Have…

Good morning!  Here’s a quick gift that I will be selling at the craft fairs this year.  I will have two styles this year.  One style will be in a tin with a clear lid (12 nuggets fill the tin) and this style (it holds 6 nuggets).  This project is super simple to do.  Get a piece of card stock 1 7/8 x 6 and score 1/4″ on either side of the 1 7/8″ side.  Fold each score line and burnish with a bone folder.  Wrap each your Hershey nuggets with a 1 x 3 piece of DSP.  Slide the tray into a “pretzel bag.” Voila!  If your nuggets are going to stand up, I recommend adhering them to the tray.  I used some retired paper and ribbon but you will find a list of what is current below.

hollyjollycandy

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