Friday, August 2, 2013

Lunch Bag = Owl Gift Bag Video

 Good day my friends and a special Hello to my friend in the UK
    Why a special Hello to my friends in the UK....well at convention we add a little get together for some blogger with the international demo and this group of ladies came to see and they just made me shine and shine over and over telling me how much they enjoyed my video and one thing came to another thing and I agree to make a special video for them...I was support to talk like them well dang it I can not have that sweet accent. It is so funny people tell me I have a strong accent and I sure don't think so :) but those ladies have the cutest accent. So their group is call "The Pink Owl" so this project was perfect for their special video. This cute bag is super easy to make and very little supplies needed. Here the list of supplies that I use
  • Brown Lunch Bag
  • DSP stacks Subtles #130135 I use the Pink Pirouette 4 by 7 
  • Framelits Circle Collection #130911 
  • Circle Punch: 1" #119869, 1-3/4 #119850, 2-1/2 #120906 (you could always use some of the circle in the Framelits circle collection if you don;pt have these punch) 
  • Stamp set banner Greeting 
To keep the bag close I use a jumbo paper clips ad just a little ribbon and Voila! you have a cool gift bag. You will see in the video (on my blog www.frenchiestamps.com) how easy it is to make this Owl Bag. 

 
 
Yesterday I share so much of the new product that I forgot about the Best of 25 Year this is the new one for August. I sure love this one and now I can't wait to get it. If you wan to see all the one for the pst visit my blog on the right hand side and you will see the The Best of 25 Yea5 and then you can click on each month. This month is the Best of Halloween and the #134381 please note that the Best of 25 year only come in clear.  You can place your order by clicking on the picture 




Now to get enter in the Mystery host here a picture of how the screen look on where to enter the code V7M63MMD after you enter your first item you will see this screen on the left bottom side you see where it say Hostess code Apply enter the code there but if your order is over 150.00 before tax and shipping DO NOT ENTER the code so you will get the hostess rewards for your self. Always contact me if you have any question. You can CLICK HERE to start shopping.  If you miss the post of yesterday you can CLICK HERE to see all the news with Stampin'UP! and new product plus the new Paper and ribbon share.



Well my friends this is it for this Friday, have a great weekend and till next time Happy Stampin'





5 comments:

  1. Love this France...thank you so much for sharing. Everyone loves your video because you are so down to earth and "real"....Gotta make this.

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  2. I love your videos because you don't edit them! You show us that we all have goofs and how to fix them!

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  3. Like the Owl. My daughter likes Owls so I made one. Did not have the Circle Framelits so I used a Spellbinder Circle die but had all the punches. Instead of 4" x 7" I made mine 3 7/8" x 5" and embossed it with Cuttlebug Wicker Weave embossing folder. Had an air conditioning leak at our house and w/ insurance deductible have to wait on placing Stampin' Up order till Sept. I'll post the Owl to my blog & send you the link so you can see it and put your link on my blog so other people can see yours.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  4. This is just darling! I am going to make this for my girls' teachers and fill it with some extra pens, post-it notes, and dry erase markers for the first day of school. I might even throw in a few Reese cups to help them get through the first day!

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  5. Love your video Frenchie used the full heart for my beak and I did cut the top and found that if you open it up you can create ears for the owl and make a cut inwards so they aren't so long but they are really cute standing up with treats for halloween. I folded the back flap inside the bag and the front flap I left on the front. A fun project. I was going to throw away the top left over part but opened it up and found that if you decorated the bottom part with some left over card stock strips that I had cut from making layers for cards and stamped it with the Rev up the Fun or the Princess set it made the cutest birthday hats! Party time for Birthday kids and cheap too.
    Debi Pippin

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