Practicing Creativity

Spring green paper 'backpack' gift bag




I've had this Rayher gift sack template a while.  I use it all the time.  There are several variations so I never get tired of it.  This time, I decided to make the 'backpack' style.  It's not big enough to go on your back, mind you, but I do think it's cute.  It houses a birthday gift for a friend.

The American Traditional Designs (retired) paper was very plain (see the sides).  I used an Existencil  leaf stencil from Creative Imaginations to give a pattern to the front and back.  The flower and butterfly stamps are by Aladine, the ivy swirls from Toga, and the 'pour toi' sentiment tag from Floril├Ęges Design. The rose is made with an Artemio quilling die cut.  Joy ! Crafts make the jeweled center butterfly embellishment (aren't these just perfect for butterflies!).  The brads holding the straps are from Stamperia.  Ink is Peeled Paint Distress.  The ribbon is from Artbene

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