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Flowering Largesse

Hello Friends!!

Here is a gift bag using "Flowering Dogwood" collection.  It's a small bag perfect for any occasion. Give your love to your friends and family in your style. 

Products Used:

Other Products: Smooth White cardstock, White Satin Cord, Organza Ribbon, Pearl wire, Glitter, Sap Green Archival

For more tips on creating with the Flowering Dogwood collection, watch the tutorial at

Instructions: Click here to view a large photo of this project. To prepare bag, first take 2 pieces of white cardstock measuring 7" x 8". Cut the top edge using delicate border basics die. Score on 2" from the bottom side. Score on 1 1/2" and 5 1/2". Cut the score part from both sides. Also cut diagonally from the top to end. Fold the score part. Do same with another cardstock. Glue both from the bottom. Cut 2 pieces of white cardstock measuring 3" x 6.5". Score on 1/2" and 2.5" from longer side. Also score on 1/2" from smaller side. Glue the pieces on the both side of the bag. Choose pattern paper from the designer paper collection and cut 2 pieces measuring 6" x 7". Cut the top edge using classic border basics die. Mark on 1 1/2" and 5 1/2" on the bottom side. Cut diagonally from the mark point to top. Layer them on both sides of bag. Cut 2 pieces of pattern paper measuring 2" x 6" for sides of bag.

For the handle, cut 2 rings using eyelet circle & basic small die from cardstock and 2 pieces from designer paper. Glue them as shown in the picture. Stamp dogwood flowers on the flower making paper using leaf green archival ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint with same color and slightly with magenta hue ink. Shape the flowers using ball tool.

Stamp leaves using library green archival and cut with coordinating die. Arrange flowers and leaves on the bag as shown in the picture. Cut a sentiment using die from the white cardstock. I cut 5 times and layere them. Glue the sentiment on the bag. Cut 2 tags from the same collection and tie the with a cord. Tie this cord on the side of the bag. For the finished look apply glitter on the flowers using adhesive that dries clear.

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