This past weekend we’ve had a Cyber Stamp for our ESAD (Extra Special Australian Demonstrators) group and I have totally loved the whole weekend with sketch and colour challenges, chats, bingo and more chats!

Its been great to get to know some of the other demonstrators better and share our love for Stampin Up!, stamping, card making and dedication to keeping Cadbury in business! Not to mention how glare from a tidy desk can create headaches!

Today was my turn to present a 3d challenge and I chose this great little gift set for the girls to make.
I first saw this project last week on Becky Roberts’ blog and knew I had to just make one and they didn’t look ‘too’ hard to make.


This project is quite easy to make and it makes an awesome gift set!

The bag is made from a paper sack – similar to those you’d get take away McDonalds or Hungry Jacks in so next time you’re there for the kids ask for a couple of their small sacks.

sackbagIts just a matter of making panels for the outside and attaching them to the sack and I’ve used a velcro dot to secure the flap behind the Butterfly and stamped frame.

This bag measures 13cm square or 5″ square.


Stamps: Great Friend
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Whisper White, Parisian Breeze Specialty Designer Series Paper
Inks: Baja Breeze, Chocolate Chip
Accessories: Crop-a-dile, corduroy buttons, baja breeze stripe grosgrain ribbon, velcro dots, sticky strip, stampin dimensionals

You could make this as a gift set and include 4 or 5 small cards – the card below I’ve made is a 10cm square card (or 4×4)


Stamps: Great Friend
Paper: Baja Breeze, Whisper White, Kraft, Parisian Breeze Specialty Designer Series Paper
Inks: Baja Breeze, Mellow moss
Accessories: Eyelet Border Punch, Kraft Taffeta ribbon, stampin dimensionals

I really loved making this project and do hope the girls enjoy making it and I know it will make an awesome class as well.

Wouldnt you love to give a gift like this to a friend or family member? Why not ring and arrange your class today!

Have a great Sunday and I do believe its time for another coffee!



  1. I think this challenge was fab … just a shame I didn’t get to try … but am still planning to give this a go! Your sample is very pretty! Thanks for creating such a lovely challenge! Hugs, Andrea xx

  2. Lovin’ this project Leonie. It is very soothing in its tones. The b’fly is too cute. Encorporating a 3D project with a card (or 3) is always a lovely way to go. Enjoy ur next cuppa…I’m abt to strengthen mine as a wee head fog is looming…LOL. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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