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Hi all...are you ready for more holiday presentation fun? This is a great technique for the holidays, but can just as easily work for ANY occasion as you will see.
Today we will be creating Shipping Tag Bag/Boxes. If you don't have shipping tags, or the same size as what is demonstrated in the tutorial, it's OK...it's easy to make your own.
Debbie Fisher, a/k/a debbiedee has provided a great tutorial on this technique, which is a word and PDF attachment at the bottom of this post. The instructions are clear and easy to follow so let's get to it and have fun.
To view my sample for today's technique CLICK HERE.
To view the gallery of Shipping Tag Bag/Box, CLICK HERE
...and don't forget to add the keyword TLC250 (no spaces) when you upload your projects.
It ain't easy, but thank goodness I have lots of eyes out there helping me watch for things that I think you all will enjoy. The more eyes the better, so if you have seen something that you think I should see, by all means, PM me with a link.
Originally Posted by bensarmom
Lynn, how do you do it week after week? I love it! Thanks for all you do to keep us on our toes, learning new things and stretching us out of our comfort zone.
Ohhh, looks so fun and what a great idea for using this as treat bags for school. Will play after the kids go to school. Thanks Lynn for this fun technique.
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Lynn, I agree with Sue, you are amazing to keep coming up with new things to try. I realy appreciate all you do. This looks like a really fun project, but I am not going to get around to trying it until later today.
I can't even tell you how much I have enjoyed this challenge! I loved making my box and I have thoroughly enjoyed gazing in the gallery! Here is my snowman...I went the super-easy route and used left-over stickers and paper