Pootles 6×6 Week #4 No Cut, No Stick Bag Tutorial

Pootles 6×6 Week #4 No Cut, No Stick Bag Tutorial

Pootles 6x6 Week #4 No Cut, No Stick Bag Tutorial

Ha, it’s time for a cute and clever back that requires no cutting and no sticking…

Seriously. No cutting, no sticking, just a quick hole punch and a bit of ribbon and this cute little bag pulls closed in the way that you can see!


Pootles 6x6 Week #4 No Cut, No Stick Bag Tutorial Single Bag


I do say in the video, and share a huge bag, that as long as you can divide a square sheet of paper into 3, then you can make this bag in any size…

So want to see how it’s made?

Honestly, it’s so easy!

Enjoy the video, and I hope you like the cutting that I do do to show where your goodies would sit!

S xx



Paper size – 6 x 6″ (15 x 15cm)

Score on one side at 2 and 4″ (5 and 10cm) then rotate and repeat

Create the diagonal score lines as shown in the video


Products used and showcased

DSP Stack – Pretty Petals and Go Wild

Stitched Satin Ribbon – Pacific Point and Melon Mambo

Other – Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Stylus, 1/8″ Handheld punch


I hope you enjoyed this project, please do use the hostess code to support Pootles! (hostess code shown in the top right of my blog for the current one!) If your order is over £150, please do not use this code as You become the hostess and get the Rewards!



Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. This is indeed a unique shape ! I was so curious how this can done with no cut and glue. I thought you could use something ie glue dots. Thanks for sharing !

  2. This is just darling, Sam!

  3. Lorraine says:

    Fabulous Sam… great for table favours. L x

  4. Very sweet little bag!!

  5. I love the way this little bag closes because you can hide the goodies under the folds, very clever design Sam, thank you for sharing.

  6. I love this little surprise box. I especially like that you can’t see in until you open it. 🙂

  7. Vicktoria says:

    Hi Sam, I love your various shapes of bags & boxes !
    And this one is simply gorgeous ! Thanks for sharing !

  8. What a cute little box. I really like the way it closed up with the ribbon.

  9. Annie Jasper (amjPeace on YT) says:

    Sam, once again you’ve amazed me with a unique, very cool idea! I can’t wait to make it in several sizes! I might add that one could make a pile of these and they fold flat! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Mary Jo says:

    Really cute! and you can make another one with brads and a handle!
    I like the way you can see both sides of the paper too.
    Would be nice to slip a skinny tag in one of the sides.
    Thanks for another wonderful video!

  11. Brilliant! Thanks Sam!

  12. What a great project x

  13. Your imagination is non stop! What incredible talent. Thankyou so much for your generosity on sharing all these wonderful creations.

  14. Christine says:

    Cute little box Sam, I am catching up with your 6×6 Tutorials. 4 done so 3 to go.
    Loving what you are sharing. xx

  15. hi Sam love this box/bag! I’m trying to do it in 12 x 12 size and I cant seem to work the score lines out correctly! Can you help me, please? Thanks and love your videos x


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