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PAPER GIFT BAGS

I needed gifts bags for our Christmas sharing day something easy and quick to make. So I came came up with these holiday gift bags which turned out pretty nice and neat and most importantly the fastest ones I could make.


They looked good with handles in other colors too!

Materials required: Card stock, pva glue and craft foam and hot glue for the handles. I used card stock 170 gsm which were just right thickness fine to fold and paste. A few paper cut outs of stars and snowflakes in various sizes plus a Christmas tree name tag.

So here below are the steps to make them. For more queries about the project,you can always write to me.



Hope this helps if you like to try making them.
With warm wishes for the lovely season. Thank you all.

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