Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Bag toppers

Here’s a very sneaky sneak preview of what’s on offer at the Christmas in July event on Saturday. Sneaky because I’m not showing you what’s in these little prize packets!

But, due to the large turnout for the event, there will be not one but three prizes of Christmassy Stampin’ Up! products.

These toppers for cellophane bags are really easy to make. They’re great if you want co-ordinated gifts or, for example, party bag presents. All you need is a piece of cardstock slightly wider than your cello bag, scored down the centre and decorated.

Fold the top of your cello bag over and staple it closed. Then add double-sided tape to the inside of your topper and attach – this way you don’t get any unsightly (and sharp!) staples.

Stamps: The Snowflake Spot (p30), Shapes & Shadows (p54)
Cardstock: Glorious Green, Whisper White
Ink: Versamark®, Basic Black, White StazOn®
Accessories: 1 3/8” circle punch (p80)

All products by Stampin' Up! Please email me to order a catalogue, or click the picture of the catalogue on the right to view it online.

3 comments:

  1. Oh you are so prepared. I have been thinking about Christmas but just have not gotten there yet.

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  2. Wow Christmas stuff already.......

    Love the bag toppers.

    Regards

    Pam (SCS - Webbgod)

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  3. Way to go with a full event! Good luck and love the toppers!

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