Sunday, 30 March 2014

No-cutting Sweet Sorbet cupcake bag



Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers out there; hope you’re enjoying your day! I’m currently tucking into a slice of Malteser Tiffin, lovingly made by my daughter, while stroking a beautiful new Paperchase journal chosen by my son (I wonder if he had help from the daughter? It’s very tasteful!)

As time is rapidly running out for Sale-a-Bration, I wanted to show you the projects I demonstrated at Friday evening’s party. I wanted to show the ladies two products in particular; the versatile Cupcake Punch and the gorgeous Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper, which you can earn FREE with a £45 order until the end of Monday. 

I started by demoing this cute gift bag, which you make with a square of Designer Series Paper. There’s no cutting involved and it’s quite simple. If you’d like to see a video of this, please click here (it’s not a Stampin’ Up!® video I’m afraid; I tried to find one but life’s too short to get sucked into YouTube!). The measurements for scoring are below:


The bag at the top of this post is made from a full sheet of 12”x12” DSP; it’s big enough to hold a small gift, such as a scarf, a notebook or a bag of chocolates. This one holds sweets and is made handbag-style with a ribbon handle.

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Make it using 6”x6” DSP and you get a cute little bag which is just the right size to hold a stamp and some ribbon, which was handy as that’s exactly what I wanted to give to my hostess, Pat. 



I have one more to show you tomorrow; by happy accident, the bag is exactly the right size to hold our note cards. 


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