Today I want to show you a very easy project to make that is super cute. I've seen several of these on the internet and I found two different people who shared the directions for how to make them, but neither one of the measurements worked out for me. So I took some measurements from one and some measurements from another and made my own pattern. And yes, I have a video tutorial below on how to make this as well!
Isn't that darling? It's made using a 6" x 6" piece of DSP and the Diagonal Scoring Plate. There's no adhesive holding it together. Just the piece of ribbon that's threaded through the top. I did put a dimensional under the left and right side of the sentiment to attach it to the pouch.
I decorated the back of the pouch the same as the front. You could change it if you want, but I was being lazy. Here's another pouch that I made.
I decided to fill this one with tea bags. I added a Thanksgiving tag to the front.
This time I changed up the back and added a simple "to/from" tag. Instead of stamping an image, you could write a person's name on the tag and use it as a place setting for Thanksgiving dinner. The possibilities are endless.
Here's the video tutorial I promised you showing how quick and easy this project is to make.
If you get an error saying "video no longer available," try refreshing your screen (F5).
I also have a picture of the pattern in case you need that too.
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Merry and Bright Pouch
Stamps: Christmas Bliss
Paper: Whisper White, All is Calm DSP
Ink: Marina Mist
Accessories: Pear Pizzazz Chevron Ribbon, 1/8" Silver Ribbon, Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Simply Scored Scoring Tool & Diagonal Plate
Punches: Decorate Label, 1/4" Circle
Happy Thanksgiving Pouch
Stamps: Tags 4 You
Paper: Very Vanilla,
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Chocolate Chip Chevron Ribbon, Linen Thread, Dimensionals, Simply Scored Scoring Tool & Diagonal Plate
Punches: Label Bracket