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Easy pouch using Stampin’ Up! products

gift pocket 1   gift pocket 2

Hey everyone, its the weekend again, yay!!

Did anyone manage to encounter the Eclipse yesterday?  We didnt well not really it came over a little dark bit like a rain cloud then that was it I couldnt believe that was it. I suppose i shouldnt grumble really i remember the one in 1999 and it was brilliant, full darkness freezing cold it was great.

So im not up to much this weekend just mooching about so i thought i would line some projects up.  Todays one is an easy pouch which i made the other day and its been sat on my desk, and funnily enough my upline Sam aka Pootles had a sour cream container project out yesterday how spooky, great minds and all that??

So its dead easy and despite its size you can get alot in it.

I am going to list the products i used here to make it easier and then add the measurements underneath.

Dsp – Sweet TaffyPainted Blooms

Cardstock – Whisper WhiteRich Razzleberry

Ink – Rose RedRich Razzleberry

Embellishments – Basic Pearls Jewel Accents, (SAB In colour accessory pack) Blackberry Bliss thick bakers twine

Stamp sets –  Hello There Clear-Mount Stamp Set (hostess) Painted Petals Photopolymer Stamp Set

Punches – 1-1/4 Inch Circle Punch1-3/8 Inch Circle Punch2-3/8 Inch Scallop Circle Punch1/8″ Circle Handheld Punch

So the finished measurements are 2 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ (6.9cm x 11.4cm) 

Dsp measures 6″ x 4 1/2″ (15.2cm x 11.4cm) 

Put sticky strip down one edge and along the bottom edge then wrap it over and press the sticky strip together.  Then using the handheld punch make your holes in the top for the bakers twine and decorate as desired.

Nice simple project ideal for Easter to pop some choccys in or to put clues in for an Easter egg hunt?

Have a lovely weekend

Suzy x

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