Thursday, November 20, 2008

Box in a Bag

Last night I had a very fun Stamp Camp at my house with a great group of ladies and one of the projects we made was this box in a bag. The picture up top is my sample and the one below is what we made, I followed the directions on Splitcoast on how to make these except I cut the height of my bag down to 4", other than that these were easy and fun to make. We filled each box in a bag with a bunch of Hersey kisses and it seemed like everyone loved them!



Supplies: Ski Slope designer paper, Round tab punch, 1 3/4" circle punch, Curly label punch and stamp, Snow swirled snowflake stamp, Circle punches, Scallop circle punch, Gem, Scallop edge punch, Ribbon, Brads, Small hole punch, piercer w/mat, Pop dots. Colors: Real Red, Chocolate Chip, Whisper White.
I'll be back later with more projects from last nights camp but right now is nap time for my son (thank you God for nap time, lol) and I have get some cleaning in.

13 comments:

Danni said...

Very cute!! How fun!

Jena said...

Darling - TFS!

Charly said...

Beautiful Lynn (as always). I think I may try making one of these myself.

Sparkle said...

These are gorgeous! I love the paper.

Tina said...

These are incredibly cute. Those papers are just perfect.

Tammi said...

Cute bags! That paper is so pretty, love the way you did your top sentiment too.

Dawn Easton said...

Oh how I love these bags!!! They are gorgeous with the designer papers you used!! Awesome!

Kim said...

Lynn this is so cute! I wish I lived by you so I could come and play at your stamp camp! :)
Hugs~ Kim

Dani said...

These are great! I love the shorter height!

Diane said...

Love these bags and the Ski Slope DS paper! Can you believe I almost used all of mine up, just have small pieces left. We made cards with it for a workshop, that paper is so pretty, and it sure made beautiful bags!

Laurel said...

I so love these!

Kelly Schelske said...

These rock!! I lvoe the papers and I think I may do these for my daughter's kindergarten class!! Hugs, Kelly

Deb Wood said...

These are absolutely gorgeous!! I want to come to your camps!!!