Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Little Gift Bags & Gift Boxes out of Printed Card Stock Paper.


As promised, I’m back with stuff made from card stock paper. And sigh!! It’s been a tough week while I tried to complete my ideas with these. L One thing I  realized is that I really deserve some extra time to experiment with my crafts… 

Going back to card stock paper, I made these little gift boxes and gift bags which could be used as unique gift packs. As I said earlier, printed card stock is best to work with when you want to use simple accessories and especially if you want something really very simple & elegant. 

What I’ve used for the greeting cards, boxes and bags are: 
In Full Bloom” 6”x6” printed Paper Stack.
“Nostalgia”  6”x6” printed Paper Stack
“spring time” A4 Double Sided Paper by Forever Friends
These are some of the best prints of the entire lot.. Thought I'd share it over here.

And tadddaahhh.....  the little bags & boxes I was talking about all this while...
The Pink printed strip is a gift wrap paper and the gold square is cut from an old chocolate box cover.
I'm in love with that cute little lavender bow. Found it on one of the wedding invitations. Worked perfect for this box.
A baby pink printed paper box decorated with a glassy ribbon, lace and a quilled rose made out from an old invitation card. 

And Finally, the little gift bags... 

So this is it... another variant to my gifting packs. And I'm just so in love with these... the papers, the colors, the prints!!! Just absolutely everything about them and the way they look! Perfect gift packaging for those with a vibrant taste.

Have a nice day!
Karen



3 comments:

  1. Hey....
    Simple flower it is!

    I wish to give u a blah idea.....
    When u quill yo flower try to give a base with same colr or different color circle and paste beneath it...
    It gives a different look too:)


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  2. Printing in gift bags and gift boxes is very good attempt. Design has excellent.

    Packaging Specialties

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