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South Hill Designs & Stampin’ Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book!

South Hill Designs & Stampin’ Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book!

South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book! Perfect Plum Tag

Happy Sunday everyone!

Well as you know, this time last week I was in Miami on a South Hill Designs trip, and while I was there, I got to spend time with a Canadian Artist who I’ve got to know over the last 5 or 6 months.

I know that she’s a huge organisation fan and that she is absolutely addicted to journals.

I wanted to take her a little something with me, but it turned out to be quite a big something!

South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book!

The journal that’s inside this bag is a whopper! It’s half the size of a piece of cardstock and then pretty blooming deep too!

But of course, although I was at a South Hill event, I couldn’t resist bringing a little bit of Stampin’ Up! with me in the form of a hand made bag.

South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book! Bermuda Bay

I do explain how to make a huge bag in the video, but for those who like to gift our Stamp Sets, a clear mount will fit comfortably and there’s definitely room for a stamp set and perhaps a framelit?  A Bigz die also fits too….!

I hope you like the video and that you pop over to my South Hill Designs blog too!

South Hill Designs & Stampin' Up! Sunday Huge Bag For A Big Book! Bermuda Bay TagDimensions when finished – 10 x 6-3/4 x 1″ (17 x 25.5 x 2.5cm)

Cardstock – 2 pieces of 8-1/4 x 11″ (21 x 28cm)

Score BOTH pieces in exactly the same way

LONG side – 1″ (2.5cm)

SHORT side – 1, 7-3/4″ (2.5, 19.5cm)

White Panel – 6-1/4 x 9-1/2″ (16 x 24.5cm)

DSP Panel – 6 x 9-1/4″ (15 x 24cm)

Tag pieces are all 2 x 5″ (5 x 12.5cm)

 

Products used and showcased

Cardstock – Whisper White, Smoky Slate, Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Perfect Plum, Silver Glimmer Paper

DSP – Background Stack in Bermuda Bay and Perfect Plum

Stamp Set – Gorgeous Grunge

Ink – Smoky Slate, Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Perfect Plum

Punches – Boho Blossoms, Scalloped Tag Topper, Corner Rounder, 1/8″ Hand Held Punch

Sam xx

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Comments

  1. So love this SAM and a great size for all the SU stuff that you mention. ooxx

  2. WOW!! this is indeed one BIG box!!! I think it’s the biggest I’ve ever seen you make Sam and what a wonderful box it is, just beautiful.
    You had me laughing when that score tape didn’t want to cooperate, just so darn funny. Thank you for another wonderful video. 🙂

  3. Annie Jasper says:

    “Why not have a smooth, rounded bottom?” Why not, indeed? LOL Thanks for the laugh, and thanks for another wonderful project!

    • Annie Jasper says:

      and BTW, I like how these will store flat until I’m ready to give them to my sons. I’ll just have to remove the red plastic strips, and zippedey-do-dah, done!

  4. I love this bag – not only because I buy Notebooks similar to the one you bought – but I just think the bag is soooo classy – I love it!!! Though the chevron pattern was playing havoc with my eyes – LOL! Really, really like this Sam, oh it is gorgeous! Thanks for another great project! x

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