Picture Perfect Birthday Altered Treat Bag

My project for you today is the Picture Perfect Birthday Altered Treat Bag.

We made this bag during Chic n Scratch Live #55 on Facebook last Friday.  And today I'm sharing the simple quick video.

I used the Picture Perfect Birthday Stamp Set with the Striped Treat Bags.  And I used four colors of ink ... Memento, Bermuda Bay, Pink Pirouette, Melon Mambo & Lemon Lime Twist.

I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits to cut out the birthday image and then I used the Layering Circles Framelits to cut out the Pink Pirouette scallop circle.

Two of the items I used are retiring...

  1. Mini Birthday Binder Clips
  2. Pink Pirouette Ink & Pink Pirouette Card Stock (everything Pink Pirouette is retiring).

Here's the video tutorial.... If you're reading this in your email box, please CLICK HERE to watch the video on my website (the watch video button doesn't work).

Click here to PRINT the Inspiration Sheet and view the list of Stampin' Up! Supplies.

CLICK HERE TO SHOP STAMPIN' UP!

Here's a Question -  for some Chic Candy

A month or so ago I started putting the Inspiration Sheet and the Stampin' Up! Supply List on a separate page to clean up my blog posts.   My questions for you is ... How do you like it?  Or do you dislike it?  I like how my blog posts look cleaner, especially on a mobile device and tablet.   But, what are your thoughts?  

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Click here if you would like to check out my most recent Quilt Along Video Series over on my personal blog.

Thanks and have a great day!

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Date: 10:25 AM | Permalink | Comments (26)

Comments

  1. Gloria Miick

    I love the little bag. Thanks Angie!

  2. Lesa

    Hi Angie,
    I like the option button. If I want to see what supplies etc. Are needed then I would just click on that. When there is too much to read it can be a little over whelming.
    Have s nice day.

  3. Michelle

    Hi Angie,
    This is a cute bag. It’s also good size smiles. Hope you and your family are well. Been real busy he, the days are flying by this year so quickly. Have a great day. Thank you for sharing this.

  4. Margaret Page

    Love the gift bag you made today. Great us of the gift bags.

  5. Chris R. from Iowa

    Very cute! I have some of these bags. But, when they are flat for which they are intended to be – they just don’t always hold what I want to put in them. So, this a great way for me to use the little bags! I love that idea. Using the gold doilies is a great touch too. Thanks a bunch for another fun idea!

  6. Dana M

    Beautiful gift bag! What a beautiful and happy way to present a gift. Gorgeous quilt too! I like the cleaned up version of the blog post, very easy to click a link to get to the inspiration sheets and supply lists.

  7. Rosa

    I do like the option button to click if I want to see it. I also love that we can print it. sometimes I’m to busy to research if I have or need anything so I print it for later viewing pleasure! It does clean up the post. Cute bag to! Love little bags!

  8. Jennifer Newell

    Beautiful bag. I like the cleaner version of your blog. I like that you have the option to click on the link to view the supplies and/or inspiration sheet. It’s nice that you can print the sheet to have for a future reference. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Rhonda Raynor

    The bag is so adorable, I will definitely have to try this project.

  10. Cindy

    what a cute bag!!!
    very elegant looking.

  11. Kathy O

    I like the way you have inspiration and supply list separate. It does make for a much cleaner look.
    But you do what you like! The rest of us will follow along!

  12. Lori Clark

    I never would have thought you could turn one of those flat bags into a 3-D one! How clever!! I THOROUGHLY enjoyed your Friday gathering! What fun playing with your new tools!!!

    I like the new one you have things organized!

  13. Linda D

    Love this elegant bag – your bags and boxes are lovely!

  14. Lisa M Sylvia

    Love this way to do the bag, so it stands up. I like being able to click on the inspiration sheet and supply list. It’s nice that they are on their own page and not all below the project, but then again, either way is fine.

  15. Laurie

    That gold bag is adorable! I like the clean look on your blog, so I hope you don’t change a thing. I can’t wait to hear what your surprise is next week…Maybe you want to give us some clues??? Thanks for all of the great project ideas and especially for the easy to follow videos that you do for us on your website!!

  16. Marcia S

    This is such a pretty bag! I really enjoyed Facebook Live on Friday. It was fun to watch you experiment with the new Big Shot embossing pads.

    I like the blog with the separate links to the supplies and inspiration sheet. There is less scrolling involved.

  17. Raelz Cheetham

    What a great idea with the bags Love them

  18. Mary Ann H from NJ

    So clever and adorable! Great little gift bag. Thanks Angie.

  19. Fay Marie

    I love these bags! So glad they are being carried over!

  20. Bonnie G

    I love using the treat bags in different ways

  21. sharon labedz

    What a cute bag with the fun clip and ribbon. Thank you

  22. Denise Bryant

    So pretty! Love these gold striped bags!

  23. Loretta

    Love the bag!!!!! Hope u choose me!!

  24. Loretta

    It is fine the way you do it…..I always print both sheets…

  25. Wilda Todd

    Love, love, love the little bag! So cute

  26. Carolyn

    I think your blog looks great! I just wandered onto it and I love the instruction list and the links to your quilting. I loved the little bag too!

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