Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Mini Patio Party pouch



Another little pouch I made for my catalogue launch – this time using 6”x6” paper. Unfortunately I can’t remember the measurements I used to fold it so I suggest you do exactly what I did – get a piece of 6x6 scrap and play around until it works.

This time I filled the pouch with little gift tags I’d made using the Lots of Tags Sizzlits dies, although these would be the perfect size for a tea bag perhaps and a (wrapped) biscuit.

The front of the pouch is decorated using the hostess set from the Autumn/Winter catty. Don’t forget to check out the cute little scallop circle punch. This little fella is only 1 ¼” in diameter and can only be found in the Autumn/Winter catalogue. It’s definitely a must-have, especially if you’re a fan of circle punches, as it will layer beautifully.

For instructions to make the 8”x8” pouch, please see this post, which contains a link to a video tutorial.  

Stamps: Make a Cake, Mixed Medley
Cardstock: Baja Breeze, Primrose Petals, Midnight Muse, Whisper White
Paper: Patio Party
Ink: Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals
Accessories: Itty Bitty Punches, 1 3/8” Circle punch, 1 ¼” Scallop Circle Punch, 1” circle punch, ¾” circle punch, Wide oval punch, Lots of Tags Sizzlits, White Baker’s Twine, Baja Seam-binding ribbon

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

1 comment:

  1. Such a cute little pouch and perfect for holding gift tags!

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