Sunshine Gift Bag by Sam’s Crafty Things using Stampin’ Up! Products

Hi everyone!

As it’s Monday and I think we all need a little sunshine to brighten our day! Therefore I’m sharing this sweet little gift bag I made using the ‘Tag a Bag’ Gift Bags.




I scrunched the Tea Lace Paper Doilies to create the folded effect behind the Starburst image.



As you can see I’ve made the bag a bit wider, this is achieved by cutting along the small fold at the bottom of the bag, then scoring up the sides of the bag at 1″, and then along the bottom at 2″.  Fold along all the score lines.  Then cut from the bottom up to the 2″ score line to give you four flaps, which you then tuck under each other to form the bottom of the bag.  Glue these down and you’ll have the 3D Bag.


I wanted to use the colours from the Gingham Garden DSP because it’s such a bright and sunshiny DSP and really matched the sentiment from the ‘Feel Goods’ Digital Stamp Brush Set.

Would you like to receive this little gift bag? Would you keep it for the memories?

Thanks for stopping by!

Sam x

Ingredients used (all SU unless stated otherwise):

  • Tag a Bag Gift Bags
  • My Digital Studio
  • Feel Goods Digital Stamp Brush Set
  • Starburst Digital Punch
  • Melon Mambo Taffeta Ribbon
  • Island Indigo Bakers Twine
  • Gingham Garden DSP
  • Tea Lace Paper Doilies
  • Cameo Silhouette (Not SU)

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