Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Window Gift Bag by Diana Fisher

Hi! I'm Diana Fisher and I'm happy to be guesting here at SEI for today. I am an avid scrapbooker and currently design for Pink Paislee, Imaginisce, Lily Bee, Samantha Walker and am one of the blog coordinators for Scrapbook Circle kit club. I have a wonderful husband, a six-year-old son and am the Marketing & Brand Director for Next Step Education Group. Between my day job and my love for papercrafting, my days are filled with art and creativity. I am grateful that I have the opportunity to work with some amazing people and share that with you! Check out my blog, Design by Diana here.

I love this paper from SEI and have been hoarding it for quite a bit now. There are so many occasions coming up this spring where I'll need to bring a little gift — and who doesn't love sweets. I made this box using a cut file and my Silhouette Cameo. It was really easy to assemble and the ribbon closure is such a sweet option.

Here's my tip for all of you making these window gift bags and boxes: Do you have left over packaging from your embellishments? The clear sleeves? I cut a small square from mine and use it as a cover for the window on my gift bags/boxes. It looks professional and keeps you from having a second bag on the inside to hold the treats. I filled mine with chocolate covered cherries from Trader Joe's — yum!

Thanks for checking out my window gift bag. Maybe I've inspired you to try this out next time you need a small gift to give. Or maybe even for baby and brida showers. Making a few dozen of these would be fast and easy!


1 comment:

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

This turned out beautifully, Diana! Such pretty packaging.


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