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Envelope Punch Board Week – The Clutch Bag

Stampin’ Up! UK Envelope Punch Board Week – The Clutch Bag

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Well, it’s come to an end. This is the last project from Envelope Punch Board Week. *Sniffs away tears*. And I have had an amazing week. I’ve had people getting in touch with me from all over the world. I’ve seen people sharing my projects on their blogs, and dropping me a line to share with me too. I’ve had emails of projects sent to me. And I have loved seeing everything that you have created.

I do believe that creativity is limited by only your imagination. And I also believe that while I may create the design for the basics and build of a project, how you take it after that is very much where you make it your own.

But this week had to end on a bit of a show stopper. I think it started with a great show starter in the Sewing Style Box, but ending, well, that had to be a biggie!

I give you, The Clutch Bag!

 

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As I said in my video, I think I personally prefer the Gingham Garden version, but as mentioned just now, I’m just creating the build, you make this one your own!

 

POOTLES Stampin Up ENVELOPE PUNCH BOARD WEEK The Clutch Bag

 

CLICK FOR THE VIDEO!

 

And of course, all dimensions here –

Cardstock – 12×12″ (30.5 x 30.5cm)

Extra DSP – 1 3/4 x 1 3/4″ (4.5 x 4.5 cm) AND 2 1/4 x 2 1/4″ (5.5 x 5.5cm)

 

Line up at 1.5, punch & score. Rotate, line up at 5, punch and score.

Repeat

FLIP your cardstock over and repeat all above steps.

Join up score lines from one side of a corner to the other side of it.

Looking at the outer ‘triangle’ corners, you will observe that 2 are ‘small’ triangles, and two are large. We are now working in this area.

With the large triangle to the right, take the right hand ‘notched out’ section and line the centre of it over the 2 5/8 mark. Punch and score.  Rotate to opposite side, and repeat.

 

Products used and showcased –

Designer Series Paper – Modern Medley, Gingham Garden

Decorations – Melon Mambo Designer Buttons, Very Vanilla Designer Buttons, Melon Mamo 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon, Ribbon Trim.

Tools – Envelope Punch Board, Paper Snips, Snail Adhesive, Stampin’ Dimensionals

And don’t forget. Registration for the Envelope Punch Board Class is now open HERE

Sam xx

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This week’s Hostess Code for week ending Sunday is WR92XKQD and you could win all the hostess £££s that accumulate during the week! One winner will be named at random

Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalogue, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team of Pootlers (that’s them over there in the side bar!) I’d most definitely like to hear from you! I have a YouTube channel (over there on the right!) and you can find me by searching PootlesPapercraft, Pootles Paper Craft or Pootles Papercraft! (I like the variety!)

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Comments

  1. Love this little clutch bag.
    I have all of the tools and you make it look so easy…I am going to give it a go and see if it actually works for me.
    I need to make these to put a few Christmas presents in. Hope it is half as easy as you make it look….somehow I doubt it though.
    Thank you so much for the tutorial.
    Cheri

  2. Hi,
    Love love love this! 🙂
    Would it work as a smaller size? If yes, what would the measurements be please? 🙂 Thanks!

  3. Hi Sam,
    Just love this tutorial. I have made this bag twice now, to send a whole bunch of pens to my mother in law overseas and to make a birthday present bag for a couple of scarves. It’s simple, easy to follow, and the bag is very versatile. Thank you so much.

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