The video today demonstrates how to make one of these Holiday Collection Gift Bags.
Holiday Collection Gift Bag Video
Stamps: Holiday Collection
Ink: White Craft, Timber Brown Stazon & Close to Cocoa
Cardstock: Kraft, Very Vanilla & Riding Hood Red
Other: Big Shot, Top Note Die, Pennant Die (Scallop circle), Large Oval Punch, 1 3/4 & 1 1/4 Circle Punches, Craft Bags, Sponge, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Riding Hood Red/Vanilla Striped Grosgrain Ribbon
Angie how cool is this, I love it. Can you tell me where to get those craft bags? Thanks so much.
I LOVE this project what a great idea for giving little gifts or even a gift card. Your video tutorial was awesome and very easy to follow. Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into each project. Have a great day and TFS.
I love it! I am going to go to Wal-mart to find those kraft bags today and I will go and make these cute little holiday gift bags! thanks for the wonderful idea!!!
Love it!! Love it!!! I would also like to know where you found the cute little bags?
i can’t view the video, Angie! 🙁 do you have this posted on youtube? i haven’t had this problem before.
thanks for the help 😀
This is the cutest bag ever:) Thanks for sharing it, Angie!
I absolutely LOVE this bag! I might even put the little cuties down early so I can make a few!!!! 😉 Thanks!!
Adorable! Love it! Your ideas and tutorials are the best. Thanks for sharing…..gotta get that Top Note die for sure now! :o)
You always have the greatest tutorials! I’m gonna have to do this!!! Thanks so much!
What a great tutorial. You did a great job. I have fallen in love with the topnote, and love all the ideas I’m finding.
these are cute bag..love the tutorial. thank u.
Hi Angie, what a lovely project. I like it a lot.
Hi Angie, what an awesome tutorial ! Where did you get the bags ?
OMG Those are so stinking cute!!! I hope you dont mind if I try it for a gift for my mail lady.
Where do you purchase the small brown bags?
I probably have made 50 of these little totes for valentine. They are a hit for all ages. Thanks for sharing. Kay S
Angie, thank you again for your awesome tutorial. I used for my easter baskets. I did cut my craft sack to 2 1/2″ instead of 2 3/4″ as on your tutorial. enjoy, nancy
My basket: http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/photo/1265989?cat=16116
This is very cute. I am going to use this idea for Easter! Thank you for your time to make this video!
Another great project idea. Thanks so much for showing us.
I’d like to make these also, were did you buy the small craft bags? Thanks for sharing.
It may be Christmas but I watched it again in March! I’d love to see what you do with the rest of the components of the Pennant die.
I just signed up to your blog You are to cute, as well as all of your projects!!!
I watched your bloopers. FUNNY I can relate, that’s Me a lot of the times.
could you please tell me where you bought you little bags??
Your blog will be my favorite!!! Thanks
I found those bags at our local craft store Michaels.
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THESE BAGS ARE TOOO CUTE!! I LOVE YOUR BLOG!!IT IS MY FAVORITE! YOU DO A GREAT JOB & SHARE INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR PROJECTS, UNLIKE SOME DEMONSTRATORS! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!