My daughter has had the flu which has kept me from doing much of anything except laying with her in my bed, snuggling. Yesterday, she was crying with the aches and pains and chills. Today, we played lots of UNO. I was lucky enough to win once . After awhile she told me to go craft. My heart just filled with love. My daughter put me before herself. She new I had not done any stamping or blogging since last week. What a sweet, precious little girl. Yeah right. She wanted me gone so she could lay across the bed to SEE THE TV BETTER. (I should have known, right??)
Anyhow, here is gift bag and card I made today. You will see retired ribbon. I didn’t have any current ribbon that matched. Hmmm, add that to my list.
This bag is based on one my stamp club made at Christmas time. Only today did I realize I didn’t post it on my blog. So here is the one we made a Christmas. Everyone really enjoyed
making these bags. One of my club members made a bunch of them for a craft fair & the money went to cancer research. My club members are so awesome.
Ok back to making the gift bag. Get out your score board, two coordinating pieces of 12×12 Designer Series Paper, Sticky Strip, a pair of scissors, a little ribbon and follow this video.
Gift Bag Video
I am using Firefox now. Safari wouldn’t show the video. I do not know about other browsers. You may have to click here to see the video.
I am sorry for not always being in the shot. I am using my new iPad, and getting used to a new tripod as well. It attaches to my desk and is actually over my head when I am sitting and directly in my way if I am standing to make projects. I am not a movie editor by any stretch of the word. However, like I said once before, if my seventh grade students can figure out how to make movies, I am going to try my darnedest to learn myself. I hope you like it and if you have any questions, feel free to comment below or email me.
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