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Saturday, 6 August 2016

Handbags and gladrags...

Good morning everyone, today's post will be about handbags!

You may have just joined me from Julie's blog but if you have just started here then you can catch up with all the other posts by clicking the links at the bottom of this page, or start at the beginning at Sharon's blog by clicking on the above image.

There has been some gorgeous projects so far so I hope you are enjoying reading about them all, and maybe recreate some yourself!

So the theme for this blog hop is packaging, and if you have not already guessed, mine is about paper handbags.

The bags were made with the Gift Box Punch Board and using some of the 12"x12" cardstock in co-ordinating colours to the Affectionately Yours DSP, which were Daffodil Delight, Mint Macaron, Night of Navy and Watermelon Wonder.

 I then used the Affectionately Yours DSP to decorate the front and back panel and some of the Affectionately Yours Washi Tape to decorate around the top rim.
The handle is made with the same colour cardstock and each handle is 0.5" wide by 12" long.

(my first video, aah, so it is not very good but I practice makes perfect! and my voice sounds so squeaky!!!!)

So click on the right link below to go onto the next blog or alternatively if you missed a blog then you can click on the left link to go back and catch up!

See you soon and thankyou for reading!

Sarah xx


  1. Your Bags are beautiful Sarah! I have watched the video which was very useful - must have a go myself now whilst it's still fresh in my mind!!
    Super project!

  2. Lovely bags, your very brave doing your first video too, something I cant seem to pluck up the courage to try!! xx

    1. Ha ha thanks, It was difficult as my phone kept running out of storage and right near the end, I don't know if you could hear, but my 10 month old woke up early from his nap crying! Had to keep stopping and starting lol.

  3. Ooh stunning Sarah! Love this bag... Definitely one for my make list! I will be back later!!!!

  4. Gorgeous bags Sarah and well done with the video ! x

  5. Love the bags and great use of those papers. I know who to come to now if I get stuck making my first video. k x

  6. Fab project Sarah I love making bags & the video is great!

  7. What a lovely collection of bags Sarah. Congrats on your first video, very concise and easy to follow! Cheers Donna Z :)

  8. Lovely bags and well done on your first video xxx



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