Saturday, 31 December 2016

Totebag for Cardgiving

 Morning.
Just popping in with a simple totebag I made for giving some of my cards as a gift.
It is the first one I have made and I found it easy to do and can hold at least 15 cards.  
You could also use it to put in other gifts or goodies. 
It was a good use of the DP paper that I have hoarded and am going to try and use.  Maybe that should be my New Years Resolution??!!

Anyways, here it is and I hope you enjoy.
This is a link to the video that I watched:





 Adding my tote to these challenges:

Simon Says Wed.- ANYTHING GOES

Allsorts- SOMETHING NEW

Inspiration Destination- ANYTHING GOES


Want to try something different for the New Year?  Hope you give it a try.
Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  dp-?/ ScorPal/ blue enamel dots/ Tombow Mono Multi glue



21 comments:

Lizzie T a/k/a Wifelady said...

Super cute bag - I can't believe it's made from paper!

Sheila in Cyprus said...

WOW! I love this, and they look really easy to make Thank you for sharing the link.
Sheila x

Karen Hasheck said...

Great project! I am here pinning as I so often do from your blog:) Did you see you made the top three at Craft Stamper Magazine? I know because it was a Karen and the link did not work so I searched to see if it was possibly me- and was not surprised to see it was one of your lovely cards. Congrats and hope the New Year is kind to you!

Loll said...

WOW! That is so beautiful ... a gift in itself, but even better filled with cards. :) I am going to have to make some of these! xx

Diane Jaquay said...

What a beautiful way to present a gift of cards, love this! Happy New Year!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Karen, what a FABULOUS and beautiful gift bag for cards! I love it and love the beautiful DP you've used! Stunning! And thanks for the link...viewed the video, and it was a great one! Hugs, and I wish you a blessed and healthy new year, my friend! xoxo

Verna Angerhofer said...

What a great idea and I love the design of your bag and the papers you used for it.

Susan said...

Fabulous idea for using up decorative paper!! Your version turned out beautifully - love the way the branch is centred on the front.

Shoregirl said...

I love your pretty little totebag - what a perfect gift giving container!

Lisa Lara said...

That is the cutest tote Karen. I love it. Thank you for sharing the link. Think I'll make one for my Mom's bday.

Aileen Ryan said...

Karen, you never cease to amaze me. What a brilliant idea, so clever and looks so real too. Wonderful

nwilliams6 said...

Very cute!!!!

LaVon Hall said...

Thanks for sharing! I am definitely giving this one a try.

Daffodil Cards said...

REALLY like this bag, I think I would buy it LOL. GREAT work.
Faith
x

Bonnie said...

A beautiful way to gift some cards! I'm off to check the video. Thanks for sharing!

Mervi said...

Gorgeous, thank you for sharing the idea, one to put behind the ear!
Thank you for sharing over at Allsorts' New Something week;-))m

Mandy said...

Gorgeous tote bag Karen! The design is wonderful and I love your choice of papers.
Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge & Happy New Year!
Mandy xx

Marie said...

I came to your blog today from Susan Raihala. I love this little tote! And it is so timely; I am making some card sets for a raffle fundraiser next month.

I can't wait to look through your blog.....

Princess Judy Palmer said...

My friend has made something very similar to these and they are so cute and cool. How fun!

Tracy said...

Thanks for joining Allsorts challenge with this great entry, good luck.
Happy crafting
Tracy x

Julia Aston said...

LOVE this card bag Karen - what beautiful paper you used on it! I'm definitely making some of these! thanks for sharing the link! Julia xx