Friday, May 6, 2011

Simple "Paper Bag Envelope Pocket" (How-To) featuring Graphic 45


In response to alot of questions on how to MAKE the black PAPER BAG pocket in my last "Together: mini album .... here's a SIMPLE 'HOW-TO' video on making this ....

SUPER CUTE -- EASY --- FAST & FUN MINI!! :) Featuring Graphic 45's "LE CIRQUE" COLLECTION ! ENJOY!! :)

Warning: sorry about the length.. get your coffee, tea.. heck GRAB A BAG.. AND MAKE ONE with me! :) Ta-hee!


TRY IT!!! YOU CAN DO IT!! :)


Hope everyone's having a great time! :)

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24 comments:

  1. Can not wait to get home and try this! Thank you very much for the tutorial and your fabulous creativity!

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  2. Soon as I wake up I will try to start make this one! Thank you for inspiration, this is really cute <3 <3 <3

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  3. This is such a wonderful tutorial Steff! I love this design. Will definitely be adding this one to my collection. :-) Thanks for the great instructions.

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  4. Gorgeous, I love these paper I just bought them last week!

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  5. I love your tutorial. I really love how you encourage us all to just to go ahead and try it.
    I am going to try this one.Thank you again Steff.
    Have an awesome weekend.

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  6. This is soooo wonderful! I can do it!!!! :)

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  7. This is perfect timing for me. I make my grandaughter a bag book every birthday....she wants the bagbooks just loves them...Her birthday is next week so this is the one I'll make...thanks so much Steffagal with the big grin.

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  8. This is great, I am inspired! Thank you and love the paper!!!

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  9. Love your book, awesome paper and video :)

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  10. thanks for sharing.....another beautiful project!

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  11. WOW! Thanks so much for this tutorial!!

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  12. Steff, what a great project! I bought these bags for another project and I think I'm going to make these pocket pages instead! You make it look so easy... You give me such inspiration~. thank you once again for sharing.

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  13. Thanks for your great job!!
    You gave me a great idea for some precious family photo to send <3
    http://flic.kr/p/9HPbqE

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  14. I did it! Made a wonderful paperbag book for my son after running in his first race - a 1/2 marathon. Made the front and back covers out of the cardboard that was between cat food cans... LOL Got so excited to give it to him I forgot to snap pics! :( Thanks for the tutorial - I DID IT!

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  15. Great tutorial Stephi! Hugs, Velma

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  16. Been watching your videos and love the positive aspect you have on...... well seems like everything. This is going to be me my next try for a mini love the idea. Thanks for sharing, just joined to follow your blog. Thanks for all the ideas.

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  17. Hi Steph
    this is fab!
    I love the way you have glued the paper on before cutting out makes a perfect bag
    unfortunatly we cannot buy black paperbags here in Australia only lunch bags that are too big and too thin to use.... shame!way behind we are!
    thank you for the tutorial I will be buying some this year when I return to MI to see my daughter

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  18. Thank you for the awesome tutorial! I love your blog and videos. I started this last night and now I want to run to Michaels and buy more bags!! Can't wait to do (:!

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