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CHIC BROWN PAPER BAG PACKAGING

Kraft Paper Lunch Bags for your Crafts packaging or wedding favors, what a great idea!
As most of you know, I've just started a new Online Shop and its called "Burlap & Lace, Terrace Club".

The Terrace Club part is added as an extra for my friends to come visit at special events where they'll be able to purchase some of my crafts directly from me.

But for my online buyers the shop is here:


          https://www.etsy.com/shop/burlapandlaceclub

This is how I did it!...
These bags are so easy to make it only took me a couple of hours to make 25 of them.

The hardest part for me was printing the logo in the middle of the bag as my printer wasn't cooperating and took a few tries before I nailed them.

I used my creativity and my fantastic tools to create a chic look but the sky is the limit for variety.

Instead of twine you can use silk ribbons or even lace.....for tags you can punch other shapes and other colours, of course.....you could even shape the flaps by rounding the corners or cutting out heart shapes....


I know my customers will LOVE these bags because when they come to me they expect creative uses of everyday stuff like paper bags and I don't like to disappoint them!! :0)



If you decide to make bags for yourself, please send me a picture I would love to see what you've done!

thank you for reading and please leave me a comment before you go!!

6 comments:

  1. I think everything composed was very logical.
    But, consider this, what if you added a little information?

    I ain't saying your information is not solid, however what if you added something that makes people
    desire more? I mean "CHIC LUNCH BAG PACKAGING" is kinda boring.
    You could look at Yahoo's front page and note how they create news titles to
    grab people interested. You might try adding a video or a related pic or two to get
    readers excited about everything've written. Just my opinion, it could bring your posts a little livelier.


    Here is my site - google (google.com)

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  2. I love the Logo. I wish I was in Canada, would love to cone by your shop. New follower.

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  3. I love the Logo. I wish I was in Canada, would love to cone by your shop. New follower.

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    1. And I would love to walk you through it, thanks!! :0)

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  4. What a great idea. I hope you are still checking posts from this posting because I have a couple of questions. I'm new to working with paper crafts so I'm sure that may be why I failed to know what others did. What did you use for the flap? I couldn't find anything in your post that mentioned it. Also, what is a crimper and where would I find one? I see it in the picture but I've never used one. I need a class too, but given you are in Canada and I am in the Atlanta, GA, I can't see that happening soon. Can't wait to try this and several of your other projects.

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  5. Hi and thanks for inquiring!!
    A crimped is a tool designed to ad texture onto thick paper such as card stock grade paper. It works by feeding the end of a piece of paper through the gear-like metal wheels adding pressure and therefore, A corrugated texture to the paper. You can find crumpet machines at Michael Crafts for about $15.
    To answer your second question...
    I used just a sheet of craft coloured card stock paper for the flaps, textures with the crimper and decorated with a small piece of ribbon and a black cut out papery tag.
    Thank you and good luck!!!

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