What might be higher and extra personal than imparting someone with a present in selfmade present wrap? You’ll steal the display with this celebratory DIY task and marvel the recipient with a creative wine bag, made using a reducing and scoring board, Paperfuel paper, clear stamps, a few glue and baker’s cord. Use punches to create simple matching labels to jot down your greeting on.
Start by way of making the 2 bases for the wine baggage. For one version, use paper with a print on and for the alternative, plain black paper. Cut the sheets to 30 x 30cm then rating the paper at 8cm and 22cm. Rotate the paper a quarter flip and rating 8cm from the lowest.
Fold the paper along the 8cm and 22cm lines and stick right down to shape a sleeve. Next, fold the bottom element up over the fold line.
Press the corners so that they meet in the middle. Press flat and fold the flaps as shown within the picture. This desires to be unique, in order that the fold lines are directly.
Now fold the pointers towards one another. This will determine the scale of the bottom of the bag. Stick the lowest down securely.
Continue with the top phase. Cut a chunk of black paper to 30 x 30cm and rating at 8.1cm and 21.9cm. Rotate the paper 1 / 4 flip and rating 10cm from the pinnacle. Next, cut the left- and right upper corners off to create an upside down T-shape.
Now score the top a part of the the other way up T each centimetre and fold in a concertina.
Glue down the folds on one side to create an angled fan. Fold the alternative flaps inward and stick down.
Make a label to enhance the bag with. To try this, reduce two portions of paper measuring 6.Three x 10cm and seven.6 x 14cm respectively. Use the Stamp Easy to stamp ‘Thank you’ onto the label.
Stick the labels to the top of the base of the wine bag. To complete the bag, slide the black top part into the base.
0 Determine the height of the black base and cut to size. In this case, 10cm turned into cut off.
1 Now we make the top component. Take a bit of revealed paper, cut to 30cm x 30cm and rating at eight.1cm and 21.9cm. Fold the paper inwards and stick right down to create a sleeve.
2 Cut a 5cm-incision into the the front, on the top and within the centre, and fold outwards to create triangular flaps, like the collar on a shirt.
3 Use 3 unique forms of paper in three one-of-a-kind lengths to create labels with the Paperfuel label punch.
4 Use the Stamp Easy to stamp ‘You Rock’ onto one of the labels. Join the labels together using a piece of baker’s twine.
5 Stick the cord to the inside of the collar then glue the pinnacle shut. Lastly, slide the base and top phase into each other to create a bag.
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