We used the Envelope Punch board to make these super gift bag panels by simply getting a piece of DSP paper stack and punching each top side at the 1 inch mark on the punch board then sliced the top straight with scissors then used the small oval punch to make the handle... the box inside was simply a piece of card measuring 13 x 17cm and scored at 8 and 9.5cm with the long side at the top and 1.5cm at each end on the other, then made in a box just simply stick it on the inside of the papers...... this stands up too and looks so cute. (The pink polka dot one is just half inch shorter as I cut the 12x12 paper into 4 then chopped to 4.5 inches on one side so you could get 2 bags from one sheet if wanted to use the large paper rather than the little stack pads which measure 4.5 x 6.5 inches).
The notelet cards and envelopes were stamped up with the lovely Summer Silhouettes stamp set and edged with the super little sponges with Daffodill Delight ink. You can just fit 3 notelets and envelopes in each gift bag and they make a super little thank you, birthday or Christmas gift for a friend or to sell at a craft fayre etc...
I made a few for my upcoming craft fayre in different retired DSP paper pads and they just look great.
See below for items used that are current and available to buy.... thanks for looking.
Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.