I already posted the chipboard ornaments I made for a few friends this Christmas. See this post if you missed them. Well, I couldn’t just give them the handmade ornaments in a store-bought bag, could I?!!! Of course not! So, I made my own genie bags in two different versions.
Stamps: four the holidays; Inks: baja breeze; Cardstock: riding hood red, baja breeze, whisper white; Embellishments: whisper white 1/4” grosgrain ribbon; Tools: large oval punch, scallop trim border punch, big shot, stampin’ up! top note bigz die, cutting pads; Other: small white paper lunch sack
Stamps: christmas punch; Inks: real red; Cardstock: real red, glorious green, whisper white; Embellishments: whisper white 1/4” grosgrain ribbon; Tools: scallop oval punch, scallop square punch, big shot, stampin’ up! top note bigz die, cutting pads; Other: small white paper lunch sack
Here’s a tutorial for those of you who want to try it at home…
5) Now apply adhesive to the exposed side of the paper sack. Then adhere your second Top Note die-cut piece on top, aligning the top note shapes. The paper sack will be sandwiched between the two top note pieces.