Masculine Gift Bag This post shows you how to make a Masculine Gift Bag using the Gift Bag Punch Board. Now, it does use some retired product which can easily be swapped for current product. Current product is listed below under Products. INSTRUCTIONS: Instead of using a button, try punching a circle with a 1/2″ Circle Punch from dark card stock and then using your Paper Piercing Tool to pierce to holes and then threading the Linen Thread through the… Read more »

Bunny Box  Bunny Box (Video) is made with the Gift Bag Punch Board and Layering Ovals with a couple of punches as well. I do apologise for the length of the Video, but I wanted to show you all steps. Once you’ve made one the others will follow very quickly. The Blushing Bride Box was my prototype so there are a few blemishes, shall we say. However, by the time I got to the Soft Sky one in the Video I… Read more »

Easter Gift Bag with the Gift Bag Punch Board This Easter Gift Bag made with the Gift Bag Punch Board is quick and easy to make and will be a treat treasured by those who receive it. Just add a tag or card and you’re set. You could fit quite a bit in this Gift Bag such as chocolates, Easter eggs or a larger egg or other gift for any occasion. I hope you enjoyed that video and subscribe to my… Read more »

Welcome to another ESAD Blog Hop and this one is in celebration of our favourites from the current Holiday Catalogue. There is so much to love about this catalogue and if you haven’t got yourself organised for Christmas yet, there will be some wonderful inspiration shared across all the blogs in the hop so make sure you look at them all. My first project is a 12″ x 12″ frame using the Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper (D.S.P.). It… Read more »

Today the Latte Team are bring you projects which feature Emboss Resist Designer Series Paper . I’ve used Fancy Frost to make this bag using the Gift Bag Punch Board. Now I know you were probably expecting me to colour this beautiful paper with sponges, sponge daubers or a brayer however, I just loved the look of the crisp white with the embossed surface. I’ve used a whole 12″ x 12″ sheet to make the bag and it’s very similar… Read more »

Being part of the Stampin’ Up! family has many benefits and one is the wonderful friendships you make both online and in person. Just look at this lovely gift I received from another Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, the gorgeous and thoughtful Debbie Blake. Debbie has used quite a number of different products to complete these projects focussing on the Irresistibly Floral Specialty Designer Series Paper. The card has a base of Sweet Sugarplum then a layer of Silver Foil before adding… Read more »

This week the Latte Girls bring you Wrapped Boxes and Bags, so I decided to make a box with the help of the Gift Bag Punch Board and the Simply Scored by Stampin’ Up! My box isn’t technically wrapped but does have a belly band around it and I have made a gorgeous little gift card to go with it. This box was very easy to make and you can find the template towards to bottom of this post. I’ve… Read more »

This week the Latte Girls bring you Butterflies for the Freshly Brewed Blog Hop. I know the other girls have some really inspiring projects with you so make sure you check the other blogs out. My first project uses a set and punches which have been around for a while, but I love them and feel they should be in everyone’s collection whether you’re a stamper, scrapbooker of paper artist. I’ve made a type of vintage card which is a… Read more »

Want to have some fun? Come to a class. These ladies came to my Gift Bag Punch Board class last weekend. Full of concentration with a sample in front of them, they made a Medium sized bag with a turn over cuff to start. They also made a little purse with a velcro closure. It was just a small size and made in Lost Lagoon and used the In Color DSP Pack. We used some Lost Lagoon Stitched Satin Ribbon… Read more »

I just love a new catalogue. Loads of new possibilities plus still some old favourites to share and use too. The best of both worlds really. I love that we can share what we love with you and that you are somewhere on this Blog Hop journey. If you’re following from the beginning you’re come here from the lovely Rachael Lewsley’s blog and didn’t she just have some great projects to share with us using Bountiful Border? Now, for my project… Read more »