Turn a Dollar Store Bag into a Beautiful Gift Bag

Thursday, December 5, 2013

I needed a small bag to put my downline Christmas gift in so thought I would check out the Dollar store to see what I could find.

Well I found some small canvas bags 3 for $1.00. Now I couldn’t get all the bags in the same color so I bought blue and White and thought I’ll spruce them up a bit and they should be perfect.

Well here is a blue one:
Gift Bag

Pretty gorgeous if I do say so myself. I really like how they turned out. I used my Festive Flurry Bundle #133284 $54.95 or #133285 $46.95 to create the Snowflake Ornament on the front of my bag.

Here’s the video:

Here is the White and Blue finished bags:
Gift Bags

Need a close up of that gorgeous ornament?
Close up

I’m not telling what I put inside my bags because I want something to be a surprise for our Christmas party tonight.

Here is a list of supplies:
Dollar Store Bag
Festive Flurry Bundle #133284 $54.95 or #133285 $46.95
Silver 1/8″ Ribbon #132137 $4.95
Frosted Finishes Embellishments #132150 $6.95 can be used instead of jumbo Rhinestone jewels for added bling.
Large Rhine Jewels #129324 $4.95
Silver Glimmer Paper #124005 $4.95
Silver Encore ink pad #132142 $9.95
Silver Embossing Powder #109131 $4.75
Dimensionals #104430 $3.95
Multipurpose Liquid Glue #110755 $3.95

If you would like to order any of these products please go to my website HERE.

Thanks so much and have a wonderful day!

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