Thursday, January 6, 2022

Tutorial Thursday - Mini Selfclosing Treatbag


Hello everyone! Welcome to Tutorial Thursday!

Sandra here with you today to share a tutorial with you!

Today's tutorial is:  Mini Selfclosing Treatbag

Hello dear ones, today I would like to show you how to craft a little cute selfclosing treatbox. 
It is really simple and needs one sheet of La - La Land Crafts wonderful design paper only!



 Two Branches Die - YG23, 25, 63, 67 
Winter Branches Die - E74, 77, R17, 39, 46, Y35 
Stump With Twig Die - YG23, 25, 63, 67, YR15, 18, Y06, 35, 38


Foam Tape
Scoring Board
Folding Bone

~ now for the tutorial you have been waiting for ~
Cut your paper to 5 1/8" x 4"   
Score on the long side at 2 3/8" and 4 3/4"       

Score on the short side at 5/8" and 3 3/8"              

Turn paper to the long side                
Cut the paper at 3/8", 1 1/2", 2 3/4" and 4" to the first horizontal fold line as shown            

It should look like this                    

Score diagonal lines as shown      
Fold all scored lines

Cut off the little piece of paper at the bottom         

Get some glue to the small flap at the side and put the treatbag together          

It looks like that

Time to close the bottom
Close two flaps and add glue to the remaining flaps and press them softly to the former closed flaps
Close the flaps         


When pressing the sides towards the middle the treatbag opens and will close when you let go      

You can get some small treats into it     

Stamp the sentiment to the circle die cut
Adhere it to the scalloped circle
Color the leaves and branches and add to the die cuts too
Use foam tape to add it to your treatbag            


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