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Saturday, 28 March 2009

Party Bags

Tomorrow Ruben will be having his go-kart party with 6 school friends, and his two sisters of course. Today I made some quick and easy party bags, using my Silhouette digital cutter. The only downside using the Silhouette is the limited size, but it just worked for what we intended to put in them. I embellished the cartons with a stamp, a star using the same papers as on the invitations, and a button.



Supplies: Bazzill Basics Cardstock kraft | Scenic Route Grafton patterned paper | Basic Grey, My Mind's Eye and SEI buttons | Ellison Design die Start #2 | Big Shot die cutting machine | Silhouette digital craft cutter | Autumn Leaves clear stamp Telling in Circles 2 | Staz'On ink Timber Brown | VersaColor ink Pinecone.

The weather forecast doesn't look too promising here, but nonetheless I wish everyone a fabulous weekend.

6 comments:

Miranda said...

Wat een ontzettend leuke feestzakjes.

whoistracy said...

Oh these are adorable!!!

~amy~ said...

fabulous party bags!!!

Laura Davis said...

Super cute!! Hey Happy Belated Mother's Day! :)
hugs
Laura

Hanneke said...

Dit is leuk zeg!!! Wat een idee om dat zo zlef te maken!!

xoxo

important occasions said...

A good tip to make them look good is to add tissue paper inside a small gift bag and then add the items onto of the tissue paper. Makes them look really good.

Party bags can take some time to organise and arrange. A few companies are now appearing on the internet including http://www.smallimportantpeople.co.uk/partybags