Gift Bag Die from Spellbinders Celebrate You Collection

This die is a great addition to anyone’s crafting supplies. With it, you can create a sweet little gift bag that actually holds more weight than you might think. I tested it with a bottle of lotion that was about 6 ounces. It’s perfect for almost any occasion.

I used the die with some patterned paper to create the gift bag. Then, I used some die cut shapes and dimensional floral stickers to decorate the bag: all of which came from Spellbinders products. The pattern paper is from the Beauty is Everywhere paper pad. The flowers and butterfly are from the Spellbinders Card Kit of the Month for December 2021, which happens to be the kit the paper pad comes from and shares the name, Beauty is Everywhere.

You need two sheets of the pattern paper, and luckily, you’ll get two of each pattern in this paper pad. Then you’ll die cut the pattern twice and fold on the score lines to create the overall shape. Next, you’ll need some scor-tape or some other strong adhesive to adhere the pieces together. The handles for the bag are made using the narrow die. You’ll cut this one out twice, too. The dies make this project a simple one, but explaining how to put the bag together in words is not simple…so the video below will demonstrate that for you!

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Spellbinders Gift Bag Etched Dies from the Celebrate You Collection:
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Spellbinders Beauty is Everywhere Paper Pad: https://shrsl.com/3fh4k

Spellbinders Beauty is Everywhere Card Kit of the Month Dec 2021: https://shrsl.com/3fh4o (If you buy this kit, you’ll receive the paper pad listed above, so you don’t need to buy it separately)

Spellbinders Platinum 6 Machine: https://shrsl.com/3fh78

Spellbinders Tool in One: https://shrsl.com/38b28

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