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Goody Bag for Your Guy (or gal!)

Friday, is normally my Tool Box series, but because there are 5 Fridays in March, this is a by-week. April 7, Tool Box will return to talk about inks.

Who doesn't love getting nicely packaged goodie bags, anytime! This goodie bag is actually filled with chocolates, always a nice gift to give.

It is super simple to throw together. I stamped on the bag, and then ran it through the Big Shot and embossed it. Yes, I embossed the bag, and I love the effect!!!

I cut out a 2" wide banner in Pacific Point and punched the end with the Triple Banner Punch, then used the new candle punch. I stamped the banner also. And I cut out another banner out of designer paper.

The entire decoration, banners, bows and all, are stapled on the bag, stapling the bag closed.

Trust me when I say, this was a super quick project. Honestly, I just used scraps, all of it, paper and ribbon, to put this together. It is a great way to decorate something and used up extras.

Supplies Used:
Stamps: Teeny Tiny Wishes 128748 w $37 US 127802 c $27 US, Nailed It w 143074 $29 143077 c $21
Inks: Archival Basic Gray
Papers: Pacific Point, Urban Underground Designer Paper $13 US 142783
Accessories: Kraft Tag a Bag Gift Bags 138315 $3.50 for 10, Black Bakers Twine 134576 $3, Delightful Dijon Striped Ribbon 141430 $8, Stapler 139083 $10, Hexagons TIEF embossing folder 143231 $9 US

Thank you for stopping by today! Stay tuned to next Friday, April 7, when my Tool Box series will return, talking about inks.



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