Saturday 20 October 2012

Scrapbook Adhesives and Authentique Papers

Hello friends
This project popped up yesterday on The Crafty Power Blog but I thought 
I would also share it with you here today.
I have done a full step by step tutorial on their blog showing how to create this 
gift bag and also how to get that embossing effect. 
I used Grand Labels Four for the main shape but I think many dies could lend themselves to this idea.
Still the opportunity leave a comment on both blogs - Authentique and Scrapbook Adhesives to win prizes.
Today I have a class and I'm taking homemade cake - for any of you that follow me on Facebook you may have seen my message last night - it is quite amazing this cake happened!  
Let's just say, if your sons unpack your food shopping - do not expect it to be put away in the correct places..(butter in the cupboard next to the baked beans!!)
Quick rush to get fresh ingredients - all sorted! 
Have a wonderful weekend - I'm back tomorrow.
Take care.


Unknown said...

Hi Christine, I had a look at this project yesterday and decided it was one I had to try. It is so lovely. I wish I could attend today and taste that cake and also attend the class.

Wilma x x

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine.
This gift bag is really great,and yet another excellent tutorial.
The cake really looks perfect,I bet it will taste lovely,
Boys for you,but everything worked out well in the end.
Enjoy your class and weekend. x.

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine. Really lovely gift bag and the poinsettias look different yet again. Haven't had my breatfast yet and looking at your cake makes me hungry.

Craftin Suzie (Susan Wykes) said...

What a lovely design to your gift bag Christine I am just going over to look at the tutorial! Have a great day xx

baconbits said...

Really like the gift bag and the change to the Pounsettias. Thank you for the instructions.
Enjoy the cake.
Amanda x

nmty said...

Hi christine, what a stunning gift bag and a great tutorial, I especially like how you created the emobossed line. very clever.

made your choccy cake yesterday, it was yum. thanks for the recipie.

hope your craft class goes well, and they all enjoy your cake.

lv norma

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
Very pretty gift bag not got any grand dies as they are so expensive will have to wait and see what Christmas brings.
Don't follow facebook so not sure what your drama was but the cake looks lovely.
Hope your class goes well today.

pamela said...

Hi Christine, I love what you have done with the dies, is the paper you used available in the UK and if so can you tell me where.
Thank you

Redanne said...

Hi Christine, this bag is an absolutely stunning make and the tutorial is so clear - thank you so much for the inspiration - wonderful job. Crafty hugs, Anne x

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine

A beautiful gift bag ,i really dont know how you keep coming up with these designs [ just wish i had half your ideas ]

The cake looks very yummy

Im away today just for the weekend will catch up on Monday

Have a nice weekend
Elaine H X

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Christine

I love this bag and did see yesterday from your link. Its beautiful

Your cake looks delicious, those lucky ladies at your class wish I was one of them

Sue xx

hazel young said...

Morning Christine i popped over yesterday and had a look at this and its amazing. Might have a got at this soon. Hope you have a great class and enjoy your cake and weekend xx hazel

EmmaT said...

Morning Christine, lovely idea using the labels dies. Love the papers and colours, im of over to look at the details. Emma

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Christine, WOW I love this gift bag, I would be delighted to receive this. You have done a terrific job, and the poinsettias are simply gorgeous. I need this Grand die too ha ha. Brilliant.
Have a good day today and your ladies are in for a treat with that cake, will you be giving us the recipe ??? please.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Ita said...

Good Morning christine I did visit the other site yerstday,love the cake it is making me hungry .enjoy the class and have a great weekend.I only now say you are on facebook,bad brain few months lol

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine, Love, love, love this little gift bag.What a super idea, one I'm definately going to be reproducing. Will however be using a different die set as I've not got that particular one. The papers are a must too. Hoping everyone's having fun at the studio today. C.B.W. Carolyn x

Elizabeth said...

Hi Christine, I did leave a comment yesterday on the Authentique and Scrapbook Adhesives blog. The bag is brilliant and is on my "to do list" great with christmas around the corner. I do have the Grand labels four so there will be no stopping me. The cake looks yummy too and I am jealous of the ladies that will have eaten it. Hehehe.
Have a great weekend everyone.
Elizabeth x

Teresa said...

Oh how I love this new crafty gift bag that you made! It's just beautiful!! Have a wonderful weekend...

Jenny L said...

Hi Christine,
so late again today. Wonderful gift bag must have a look at the tutorial.
I spy yummy cake, the old sweet tooth on the want again.
Have a wonderful crafty evening.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Sarah said...

Cake looks yummy and the gift bag looks pretty yummy too!!

CraftyJo said...

Cute project Christine, thanks for sharing.

Carole said...

What a clever idea for the gift bag! You are one very talented lady.Definately adding this to my long list of to do's. Thanks

AnneRD said...

A super gift bag Christine. This is one I will have to make for the small Christmas presents. Anne

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