Artistic Avenger

Bag-A-Lope Duo

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If you’re a follower of my blog you know that I’m absolutely LOVING my new Simply Scored tool. At a recent workshop, I showed the guests how easy it is to make cute favours using that and just plain envelopes (also called a bagalope).

 

All you do is the following:

 

  • Seal your envelope.
  • Score in 1″ on both short sides and one long side.
  • Cut the end of the envelope off on the side you did not score.
  • Fold back and forth a few times and then make into a bag shape.
  • Decorate as you please.

 

I made the above Halloween treat bag with a fun velcro closure (the strip of Rich Razzleberry folds all the way around and there is a velcro closure behind the circle. I decided to also make a fun fall themed one:

 

For this one I used the Gently Falling stamp set and the top closure is a folded over scallop circle from the Pennant Die which was punched through twice with the Crop-A-Dile and tied with some Spice Cake Designer Fabric.

 

For an even extra little punch, I took a square of Soft Suede cardstock, scored it around the bottom of the box and made it into a little resting box for the gift bag.

 

There are so many quick and easy projects you can make with your Simply Scored – just get out and try it!

 

Products used on today’s project РCLICK HERE to buy them NOW!:


Cardstock:
Rich Razzleberry, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Old Olive, Whisper White, Soft Suede, Pool Party.


Ink:
Basic Black, More Mustard, Soft Suede.


Stamps:
Wicked Cool, Gently Falling, Tiny Tags.


Accessories:
Simply Scored, Medium Envelopes, Big Shot, Circle Die, Decorative Label Punch, Dotted Ribbon Punch, Glimmer Brads, Pennant Die, Scallop Punch, Spice Cake Fabric, Trinkets, Medium Jewelry Tag.

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