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Something borrowed vellum bag using Stampin’ Up! supplies

something borrowed vellum bag 1    something borrowed vellum bag 2

Good morning.

I do like a bit of Sahara Sand and Lost Lagoon together, dont they make lovely wedding colours?

That was the inspiration behind this bag.  I made a little gift bag from vellum and then added a flap with very vanilla cardstock and something borrowed dsp and i love it.  I love the something borrowed embellishments aswell they are quite glamorous.  So If you would like to make your own for your own wedding then you can get quite alot out of the products.  Obvioulsy if you wanted to make and even smaller bag/favour then you can get even more and they are not a chore to make.



  • Very Vanilla
  • Lost Lagoon
  • Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer paper
  • Vellum

Stamp Set 

  • A fitting occasion

Designer series paper 

  • Something Borrowed


  • Lost Lagoon Satin ribbon
  • Linen thread


  • Lost Lagoon


  • Something Borrowed


  • 1″ circle
  • 1 1/4″ scallop circle
  • 1 3/8″ circle
  • scallop tag topper punch


  • Vellum, 6 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ (16.5cm x 11.4cm) score the long side at 2″, 3″, 5″ and 6″ (5cm, 7.6cm, 12.7cm and 15.2cm) then score the short side at 1″ (2.5cm) fold all your score lines and the skinny rectangular piece at the bottom remove completely then trim up the vertical score lines up to the horizontal score line.  Adhere the side and bottom of the bag.
  • Very Vanilla, 2″ x 6 1/4″ (5cm x 15.8cm) punch with the scallop tag topper punch then score at 4 9/16″ (11.5cm) adhere this to the back of the bag and fold flap over the front while pinching in the sides of the bag.
  • DSP  1 3/4″ x 6″ (4.4cm x 15.2cm) repeat the same steps as the very vanilla, use sticky strip or fuse to adhere this to the very vanilla.
  • Then to hold the bag closed tie your ribbon around the top. Add any embellishments as you wish.

I hope you like this project, to shop with me and see the retired list CLICK HERE or to join me CLICK HERE

Have a great day

Suzy x

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