Make your own Easter gift bag
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- Written by: Crafter's Companion
If you’re unprepared for Easter gift giving this year, don’t fret! You still have time.
Why not make your own Easter gifts this year and create the perfect little gift bag, sized perfectly for small chocolates and treats!
You will need the following materials, but these can be changed to suit your preference:
- Crafter’s Companion Summer Sorbet Die-Cut Gift Bag Pad
- Gemini Spring is Here Die Set
- Crafter’s Companion Spring is Here Decoupage Topper Pad
- Gemini Inverted Stitched Lace Circles Die Set
- Sara Signature Caring Thoughts Layered Butterfly Die Set
- Nature’s Garden Farmhouse 12” x 12” Textured Cardstock Pad
- Multi-Purpose Card
- Pink Card
- Pink Ribbon
- White Twine
- Collall All-Purpose Glue
- Collall Tacky Glue
- Foam Pads/Tape – 2mm and 3mm Depth
- Red-Liner Tape – 6mm and 12mm Width
- Hot Glue Gun
- Easter Printables
Remove your chosen gift bag from the pad and reinforce the score lines using a bone folder.
Die-cut a solid circle from pale pink textured card and the lace frame from pink card. Glue these together and use foam pads or tape to adhere to the front of the gift bag.
Using the Decoupage Topper Pad, die-cut the Spring is Here bouquet, shape the layers and decoupage the image using foam pads. Adhere this to the centre of the circle frame using foam pads.
Die-cut two of the layered butterflies from multi-purpose card, pale pink textured card and pink card. Glue the layers together and use foam pads to stick to the gift bag as shown.
Print your chosen sentiment onto multi-purpose card, mat onto a thin border of pink card and use foam pads to stick to the bag as shown.
Tie a bow from pink ribbon and use a hot glue gun to glue to the gift bag.
Stick the gift bag together using Red-Liner Tape on the tabs.
Remove a tag from the die-cut pad and tie to the handles of the bag using twine as shown.
We love to see the crafts you create, so make sure you share your Easter projects with us! Don’t forget to tag us on social media using the hashtag #crafterscompanion