This is one of those bag-and-a-box bags. Or is it a box-in-a-bag bag? Whatever it is called, there’s a box, and the DSP is adhered around it to make a bag. And these are very sweet!
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I am calling them my Arch Top Treat Bag, because it has an arched top, and you can fit the 2×8 cellophane treat bags into them. Just stuff the cello bag with your favorite treat that fits, then tuck it into this lovely treat bag for a wonderful, elegant, or whimsical gift.
To make the box at the base, start with a 3″ by 2 1/2″ piece of cardstock. The color is not really important, because it won’t show when they are standing up. Just pick some card stock scraps you have kicking around your craft space that is the right size, and coordinates or complements the DSP you have selected. Then, score it a 3/4″ on all four sides. With the long side towards you, cut up both the score lines, and take a little wedge out of both sides of the square tabs. Do the same with the other side, add strong adhesive, and stick the box together. The arched top is creating using the layering ovals, or the stitched shapes ovals, whichever design will give you the look you are going for. Just find the one that fits the best, and run it partially through the Bigshot. Then, use a 3/4″ circle punch to create the fingers holes at the top.
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