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Fun little gift bags...

Hey crafty friends, this is Kristy and today I'm here to show you some fun little gift bags I made using the NEW Lawn Fawn Goodie Bag Lawn Cuts die. Here are the items I used:

This die is soooooo versatile and so easy to use! I used my cuttlebug to cut out the 2 pieces needed.

I also used the circle in the Stitch Banner dies.

I LOVE how they pair a stamp and die set! It makes crafting super easy! ;) For this goody bag I used the You're a Hoot stamp set and die set.

I stamped out the pieces using Hero Arts inks.

Then I used the Lawn Cut dies, no fussy cutting here!

Look how cute!!!

I put everything together using regular adhesive and some pop dots for dimension! Add a little bit of twine, and done!

This goody bag went together sooooo quickly that I decided to try a Christmas themed one with the NEW Scripty Joy Lawn Cuts die.

I cut it 3 times and glued the layers on top of each other for dimension.
I used the circle from the Stitched Banner dies again, and a few hearts from the LF heart dies.

This was a FAST one and I think it turned out pretty cute! I'm thinking these would be perfect for my daughters class, of course filled with a little treat! ;)
Thanks for stopping by today! Make sure you pop on over to the store >HERE< and pick up these goodies before they are gone!!! Have a great weekend, Kristy


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