Welcome! As I was sorting some photographs on my hard drive yesterday, I remembered that I hadn't shared stepped out pictures of this little gift bag project with you yet. For the sentiments I used JustRite's Special Gifts Labels Twenty Nine. I used several Spellbinders die templates, including Labels Twenty Nine, Lacey Ovals, Classic Ovals Small, and Harlequin M-Bossabilities™ .
For the box, I cut a sheet of cardstock 9-1/4" x 8-1/2", scoring on the 9-1/4" side at 1/2", 2-1/2", 6-3/4", and 8-3/4". Next I scored the bottom at about 1/2" and nipped little edges out at all of the folding corners as shown above. Folded (below), this made 3/4 of the box.
On the left is the folded box, with the bottom at the back of the picture. I needed one more panel to complete the box; that panel is cut to 8-1/2" x 4-1/4", and scored at 1/2" to fit at the bottom of the box. I added a box bottom after taping this part together. It was slightly less than 2" x 4-1/4".
Here is my fully constructed box (apart from the topper), with a textured panel on the front made with the Harlequin M-Bossabilities. I brushed my Versamark shimmer pad on the texture to make it more obvious.
Here I have added a simple topper that goes just past my textured edge and folds over both the front and the back of the box. I tied my box shut with a pretty pink silk ribbon from Stamp Simply.
These were the Copic markers that I used to color different areas on my Special Gifts Labels Twenty Nine stamped images.
Cardstock is Papertrey Ink's Fine Linen, Vintage Cream, and Sweet Blush. I airbrushed the center of the ovals with a Copic R83 and Copic Airbrush System. Patterned papers are from an Authentique Lovely Collection 6" x 6" pad. That's it for today--I hope that explains it well enough. Thanks for visiting!