Gift Bag Punch Board 'B' Class

This is the fourth of our Punch board series classes; the second Gift Bag Punch Board class. I had a blast putting this together and creating these containers. I know you will get just as much enjoyment creating these, too. It's going to be 2 1/2 hours of fun!

Gift Bag Punch Board Class 'B'

When: Saturday, April 22nd
Time: 2:00 - 4:30
Cost: $25 + GST...
3730 Grange Road Studio

For this second class with the Gift Bag Punch Board we will be creating a Bakers Box which will hold a ton of cookies, or up to three muffins or cupcakes depending on their size. There will be a sweet little Back Pack box/bag, and a Star bag, and Milk Carton box. These also will hold many different kinds of gifts. Also will create a couple of Rosebud Cups to add Smarties, M&Ms, Cadbury Easter Eggs, and more, with a little banner to label with a persons name or a little sentiment. In order to make these, we will learn how to create an octagon from a square piece of cardstock!

Please bring to class: Your Gift Bag Punch Board, 12 x 12 score board, paper trimmer, scissors, bone folder, double sided adhesive tape (Scor tape/Sookwang is the best for these kinds of projects), liquid glue, and a non-stick mat for when we use liquid glue.

Each project close up

This is the box that can hold some great baked goods, or whatever else you wish to put inside.

This star shaped bag is great for some kind of odd shaped items like finger nail polish, lollipops, those round ball like lip balms, certain shapes of  perfume or cologne bottles, etc., or just to hold a bunch of candies or chocolates.

This little back pack is great gift packaging for a little back to school gift, a teacher gift, or even a graduation gift.

Milk carton gift packaging can be created to any height that you wish, and can hold a lot of stuff from a ton of candy to candles, and more.

These sweet little rosebud cups are great for table decoration for any kind of dinner or celebration and hold a surprising amount of candies, chocolate eggs, or mints.

What did I tell you...2 1/2 hours of fun, right! See you in class.

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