I wanted to make these cute pouches for my sons' teachers, and I was also learning the faux metal technique to teach to my club next week. I decide to combine the two, and came up with these! Perfect with some gold wrapped chocolate nuggets!
*** Directions: ****
take any size square, and fold one corner up to the opposite corner to make a triangle. With the point at top and fold at bottom, take the right corner and fold across to the left side - not quite to the edge. Keep the top of the part you folded across level/ parallel with the bottom fold. Then take the left bottom corner and fold across to the right side - not quite to the edge. Again keep the top of that folded part level /parallel to the bottom fold. Then you take the top corner, separate the two, and fold the front piece straight down. If it is uneven, play around with the part where you "fold across". You can sort of fold without creasing, then fold the left corner across and line them up, then crease them both. Good luck - really easy once you get it! (pouch from Stampin' Success June 2006 - to give credit)
Date: Thursday, May 3, 2007 GMT Views: 4970
Registered: February 18, 2007 Location: St Clair, MO Posts: 193
Fri, May 18, 2007 @ 7:31 AM
We did these last week at our SU meeting with P-O-P. The 6x6 pages are perfect. We put little lip gloss in them inside a cello bag w/ a ribbon.
I have an upcoming workshop with a group of Mary K consultants and I think we'll use this as a project - they want some things they can use to "package" their products.
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