This box is so beautiful! And did you notice the Window Box Thinlits coordinates with the Sending Love Designer Series Paper® stack? In the video I shared a couple of tricks for working with the Thinlits. For instance, I put a piece of Washi Tape to mark where to place the trapezoid pieces so they align properly.

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These treat bags are quick and easy to make. You can punch a hole and tie with the ribbon, but I used hidden thin magnets. The bag will hold four Hershey’s Kisses or a diamond ring.

Direct link to the magnets on Amazon

or search for “Basic Grey Magnetic Discs small”

I also show in the video how to make a cord with the Copper Metallic Thread.

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Make this box with the Gift Box Punch Board. It’s one of those extra sizes I added in this expanded chart. Add a tag and a cute little gingerbread man holding shiny peppermint candies. The box is just right to hold a gift card and a few candies.

I used the Triple Banner Punch that can make tags 1″, 1 1/2″, and 2″ wide. The Scallop Tag Topper punch is designed for 2″ wide tags, but I share a tip for making narrower tags.

Free Detailed instructions

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Make quick treat bags for Fall events. Use .

  • Lots of “or” for this project: Wood-mount or Clear
  • Play down the Halloween theme with the scarecrow or go all in with the mummy, skeleton, and Dracula.
  • Pre-made Glassine Bags or make your own (Pre-made means no Big Shot required)
  • Peekaboo Peach or Whisper White
  • Linen Thread or Solid Black Baker’s Twine

Free directions here.

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0620161521_resizedI absolutely fell in love with this Detailed Floral Thinlits as soon as I saw it. In fact, I fell in love with the whole suite on pages 76 and 77 of the 2016-2017 catalog. Use 1/2 sheet of any of the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper, a few punches and scoring down the track with the Gift Bag Punch Board, add a bit of card stock cut with the Detailed Floral Thinlit, and present a gift with pride.

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The0511161319_resized Gift Bag Punch Board directions included in the box were confusing to me. I did what I do. I figured it out and made it simple.

Gift Bag Punch Board Cheat Sheet

A small bag starts with paper 10″ wide and the finished bag will be about 2 1/4″ wide.

A medium bag starts with paper 11″ wide and will be about 3″ wide.

A large bag starts with paper 12″ wide and will be about 3 5/8″ wide.

All the bags will be about 2″ front to back.

You can make the height anywhere from 2 3/4″ (starting with 4″) to 10 3/4″ (starting with 12″).

For example, the smallest bag will start with 10″ x 4″ paper and the bag will be 2 1/4″ by 2″ and 2 3/4″ tall.

The largest bag will start with 12″ x 12″ paper with a finished size 3 5/8″ by 2″ and 10 3/4″ tall.

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