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Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Gift Bag Punch Board Home for Christmas .... perfect for those stocking fillers for the Children

I have a superfast project to share with you today as I got absolutely BO sleep last night, I finally got a 1 & 1/2 hour nap in at 8am 
so I have a truly fuzzy head today, and that is not good for inspiration and the flow of creativity.
I have been working on a secret project, and spent all morning and half the afternoon trying to make an idea work, and failing!
In the end I took a complete change of direction and have ended up with something I really like

To add to today's frustrations, my Broadband is running super slow (school holidays) and I have 3 video's backed up, waiting for the edits to be completed before I can publish them
So no video today, but I should be good to go tomorrow
I usually have to upload overnight anyway because we have no fibre optics living in a rural patch of Essex!! So our overhead telephone lines cause the broadband to collapse every time there is a heavy wind or rainfall, or snow, ... or peak usage times of day

BUT I would not move back to a housing estate for all the money and fibre optics in the world.
he he

Rant over & his is the Large' gift bag I made using the Gift Bag Punch Board
This sheet of Home for Christmas Designer series Paper was trimmed to 12" x 10" and then scored and punched using the Punch Board, following the instructions that come with the board.
I found it really easy to follow ... and I have a bit of a Punch Board Phobia 
I get on OK with the regular sized boxes, envelopes and bags
But the reality is, I just don't give myself he time to experiment
If you have the time, you could make sider bags by joiuning 2 pieces of cardstock or Designer Series Papaer together

But this one, is reserved for one of my grandchildren, and it will contain some lovely homemade sweet treats come Christmas :)




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Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.
The Tag was made using the Antique Tags  Stamp Set using Cherry Cobbler Ink and punched out with the Washi Label


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