Window Bag Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! English Garden DSP

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – Window Bag Tutorial using Stampin’ Up! English Garden DSP

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Window Bag Tutorial using Stampin' Up! English Garden DSP

Ah such a pretty bag! Well I have to say that don’t I, but I do love it!

I’ve been totally inspired by all the festive Shaker Cards that are floating around in the craft world right now, but I wanted to put it into a bag rather than onto a card, and not necessarily as a shaker but as a window front with some ‘depth’ to it.

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - Window Bag Tutorial using Stampin' Up! English Garden DSP Window Effect

Making shaker cards is easier than it looks, and this one is super dooper simple too!

Making full use of Ovals Framelits for the front, pretty cardstock in Soft Suede and Mossy Meadow with accents of Hello Honey and Old Olive, this really does show off the English Garden DSP behind the Window Sheets really well.

Love it!

I hope you do too!

S xx


Dimensions when finished – 1-1/4 x 3-1/2 x 4-7/8″ (3x 9x 12.5cm)

Cardstock – 6 x 11″ (15 x 28cm)

Score on the LONG side at 4-7/8, 6-1/8″ (12.5, 15.5cm)

Score on the SHORT side at 1-1/4, 4-3/4″ (3, 12cm)

DSP and Window Sheet Panels – 3 x 3-1/2″ (7.5 x 9cm)


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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Oooh, like these Sam, i’m thinking i could link the colours in the bag with my hand knitted socks for christmas and birthdays, much better than a (badly) wrapped package! Thank you.

    • Your socks are amazing, and I’m hoping to have got a box idea for you pretty soon. They’re on my list. and my desk. not yet my feet til I’ve done the design for you… xxx

  2. LOVE IT!!! With Halloween just around the corner up here in North West Indiana, this would be just perfect for the little “monsters”, “ghosts”, “Faeries”, “Lady Bugs” and “Mummies” that will be Trick or Treating soon.
    Thank you so much for this awesome video, Sam.

  3. Karen Cass says:

    thanks for this Sam and all your videos. They are great.

  4. cute box

  5. Thank you for another great idea! You are the best. Also a huge thank you for the pause after cutting. It was the perfect length so that I could capture the CS after all the cuts.

  6. i made one!
    it turned out fabulous as your instructions are so easy to follow, see

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