Great tutorial Silvey. love the little bags you've made and the double slider boxes are terrific. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing your pattern with everyone. :)
Great tutorial. Can't wait to try these!!
Great tutorial! One question what size is the card stock? Thanks.
Thanks Mary.The card stock size is 11"X8 1/2"
This is so cute!! So great for small gifts! thanks for sharing!Michelle
Thank you. This is so clever.
great project! this will be on my daily inspiration blog post tomorrow. TFS
Thank you for sharing Sylvie - this is a fabulous tutorial and a super-cute bag! Sylvia x
Simply adorable! Thanks for your creativity and generosity to share your project!
Je vais essayer d'en faire un!Merci pour le partage du tutoriel.Bises.Chantal
My name is Ana, Thanks for sharing the tutorial, this beautiful, God will multiply your skills.
Thanks for sharing. Such a fun little treat holder.
thanks for the tutorial... i wana ask u one... how to change the inches if need big or very small bags..?
Hi I can`t see the whole measurements on the one that is 3/4" 4 1/2", 6 1/2", then I can`t see the rest the ad thingy is in the way please let me know what it is to this email at firstname.lastname@example.org ty so much for your time
10 1/4 inches When I scanned over and copied to paste into word the "thingy" disappeared.
Your right side bar is too wide and covers your photos a bit. We can't see all of the photos. I would suggest that you either move to a template that has two rows, or size your photos smaller. I like to have the extra large photos on my blog too, so I had to stick with the two columns on mine! Love the project - super cute!!!
Hi Silvey,Your project is too adorable. I would love it if I could have your permission to recreate these for an upcoming fundraising art and craft show I do here in Australia. Please let me know!Thanks,Kirsty
Excellent ! merci
Please let me know what the last scoring measurement is on the first photo. Cannot see it b/c right margin is overlapping the photos. Thanks.
Thanks for the Tutorial, very clever. xx
This is brilliant....thanks so much for the tutorial.
Thanks for this wonderful tutorial.Hugz,Chana
I cannot see the last score line as the sidebar pictures are covering it. I'd love to try making these cute bags to tuck little gifts into at Christmas. Can you (or anyone who has made this) tell me what the last mark is? Thanks!
If you just click on the photo, it opens in a new window and you can see the measurements =)
I would imagine the last measurement is 10 1/4 since the first is 3/4 and it is an 11 in piece of paper;)
Thank you for sharing this great and clever template! Just made one for my girlfriend's birthday present! She just loves 'containers' and she will love this little box just as much as the contents! Thank you!!!!
Wonderfully creative, thanks for sharing, Kat
This tutorial is amazing. Thank you so much for sharing it.
What a great tutorialAnita
Is there a reason I can't print off your tutorial? I basically wanted the picture of where to fold it but I can't get it to print. Great tutorial by the way.
Thank you for sharing this! It's simply adorable:)
Danke für die tolle Anleitung. Werde ich bestimmt mal nachmachen.Liebe Grüße Monika
Great tutorial, thank you for sharing your skills.
I tried to open the tutorial but the writing is over the photos and I cannot see/read any of it. Could you please send me the instructions? Thank you
love the mini bag but there first scoring segment has a pic in front of the measurements. I see 3/4, 4/1/2 and 61/2 but what is the last one please???great looking favor for a dinner party.thanx
Thank you!!...they turned out Fabulous!!
incredible! you beauty! already did and it is spectacular. Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge.
Oh I want to try this! If I do and post it on my blog do you mind if I link the tutorial back to you?
Thanks for the tutorial. It really is a very clever idea.
Great tutorial, thank you!
Thanks a lot. I made one with my card stock.
fabulous tutorial TFS
Merci pour ce tuto, très belle idée et adaptable à toutes les occasions.
Going to do as a project with my nieces on Christmas.
Thank you so much, I love this idea. Greets from Colombia!
Very good work !! that's so beautiful !!
this is so cool. have to try it out. Thanks for sharing your tut
Can anybody tell me all in german and in cm?
Muy buena idea, y excelente tutorial. Gracias por compartirlo.
Fabulous!!! Właśnie zrobiłam swoją pierwszą torebkę. Thank you - Ewa - Poland.
Impressive! Very cute handbag. But i need a bag which can carry my every important stuff and also it should be comfortable. I am looking for Louis Vuitton handbags on sale.
Sylvie…I am so thankful you were generous enough to share this very helpful tutorial. It was so kind of you. Thank you!!~ I make Twinkie sized cakes (with my Twinkie pan) and this will be Perfect for gift giving! You're the best!Dolores
Thank you! Wonderful and in time for a valentine.
Really love this bag! Thank you for sharing the tutorial.
awesome bag! making one today! thank you for sharing your talent!
Fab thanks. I've made 6 boxes each to hold 2 cupcakes for presents for teachers! I used 12" x 10" paper and made the middle rectangle 2.5" x 5" to fit them - perfect!
Love it!!! Great tutorial!!!!
tky so much!!!
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I'm confused! Is there an additional piece of paper added?! For the centre ?! Or is this all mall from 8 1/2 x 11 ?! Thanks! Really great!
It's all from just one sheet, except for the embellishments you put on the outside
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Thank you for sharing the tutorial! It was very easy to follow, I made one out of double sided cardstock. Now, I just need to find something to put in it!