Saturday, January 30, 2016

Ghiradelli Sketched Dot Bag Favour

Wasn't sure what to call this - is there an official name for it?


Whisper White cut 4 1/2" x 4 1/2"
Whisper White scrap for tag
Watercolour Paper

Designer Series Paper: Botanical Gardens

Ink: Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Tangerine Tango, Chocolate Chip, Basic Black

Tools & Adhesvies:
Two-sided tape, dimensionals, Snail

Sketched Dots Tag a Bag Gift Bag
Candy Dots (Cajun Craze)


1. Score the gift bag lightly at 2 1/4" from the bottom. Fold and glue sides with two-sided tape.

2. Cut the DSP 1 1/4" x 10". Score at 2" and 6 3/4".

3. Stamp the large flower from the Birthday Blooms stamp set using Stazon Black Ink and Watercolour paper.

You can choose whatever colours you wish, I used Daffodil Delight and Tangerine Tango for the flowers, Chocolate Chip for the 'things' on the right, and Old Olive for the leaves.

Once the ink is dry, cut out the design.

4. Using the scraps of Whisper White and Cajun Craze, use the middle die from each of the Tags & Labels (Tags) framelits.

5. Using the sentiment from the Birthday Blossoms stamp set, stamp 'dear friend' in Old Olive on the Whisper White.

Use the smallest flower from the stamp set and stamp it on Daffodil Delight ink, then touch the edges of the stamp on Tangerine Tango ink. Stamp onto the top right of the Whisper White tag.

Place a Candy Dot (Tangerine Tango) in the middle of the flower.

6. Using the 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" Whisper White punch the top two corners with the Curvy Corner Trio Punch (gosh, has that retired?!! Sorry!)

Then stamp the sentiment with Old Olive, and the dots with Tangerine Tango.

7. Wrap the DSP around the centre of the folded up section of the bag, with the ends overlapping in the front. Attach the cut out flower and the tag to the DSP with dimensionals.

Tuck the large Whisper White cardstock in the large pocket in the back, and tuck Ghiradelli Chocolates in the small pocket in the front. (Or a gift card, or cash, or anything else that's flat).

Can you tell the Ghiradelli Chocolates are fussy cut photos of the real thing???

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