Here are the thank you gifts I will be giving each attendee at my next workshop. They are small (1 3/8" wide) but I think they're just so cute that it might spark some interest in booking a workhop to learn how to make them.
The purses will also be used to determine a door prize winner: If your nuggest purse has the brad on the flower you win a prize! I've done this before and the guests absolutely love it!
And yes, they purses are missing the nuggets (the chocolate would never make it to the workshop if I buy it too far in advance!).
My original instructions were from QBee. I have looked and looked but cannot find the original link anywhere. (If anyone knows the link please let me know and I'd be happy to post it!) So here are the dimensions from QBee that I used: Start with a 1 3/8"x 4 3/4' piece of cardstock. Punch one end with large tag punch, score at 3/4", 1", 2 1/4" and 3 1/4" (if using the new double stitch ribbon you may need to adjust these measurements just a bit to accomodate the larger ribbon). Then cut off any remaining cardstock so the total length is 4 1/2". Fold up into purse, attach a 4" piece of ribbon under purse flap.
Date: Friday, August 10, 2007 GMT Views: 2544
Thank you for posting the directions. My LSS is sponsering a crop for ScrapPink and will be giving out goody bags for all of the participants. I was asked to donate something and I am making these and attaching one to a technique booklet with my info to put in each bag.