Thursday, May 13, 2010

Decorate a Paperbag by Inge Groot


I think we all love the latest release of the Whiff Of Joy Get Well collection. Those stamps are such fun to use not only if someone is really sick but also for a cheer up card or creation. I always have lots of fun making little gifts for friends with nice decorated packages. This time I decorated a paper bag in which you can put some delicious chocolates. (and believe me they are yummie;-))

First, take a nice little Kraft bag. I {heart} the look of Kraft paper:-)

Take some gorgeous pieces of designpaper

This is the most "difficult"of it all, meisure the seize of the clear front and cut this out of your designpaper

Glue this piece of paper on the front of your paperbag, and now you can start decorating!

Supplies
Paper: Kraft paperbag, paperpad Pink Paislee (Card Ard Card Kit)
Accessories: Card Art Card Kit April
Color Medium: Copic Sketches

Hope you've had fun reading this tutorial, now let's start making your own decorated paperbag and hop on over to my Patterned Paper blog. I have a nice surprise for you....

Inge.

23 comments :

  1. Absolutely gorgeous!!! Thank's for a great tutorial, it will really come in handy with graduations coming up... ;-)

    Have a great weekend!!!

    //Linda

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  2. Wonderful tutorial, gorgeous bag, thank you, take careX:)

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  3. Great tutorial, the bag is stunning.

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  4. Fantastic Inge,
    Love the look of the craft bag too.
    This looks really nice to do, can I pick these bags up anywhere, I cannot say I have see them where I live..
    Debbie

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  5. Hi Inge,

    Love your bag:) its so sweet with little
    Henry!
    Thank for the tutorial

    Hugs
    Sonja

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  6. super joli ce paetit sac idée à retenir, merci pour le tuto
    biz claudine

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  7. Hi Debbie, thanks!

    Just click on the link at the supplies list and it will take you to the shop where I've bought mine;-)

    Inge xOx

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  8. Hi Debbie,

    Great tutorial !

    Françoise (Belgium)

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  9. Ohh this is just amazing Inge!! Love your paperbag:))
    It is so inspirational and have so many lovely details.
    Hugs, Camilla

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  10. This if so pretty and elaborate. I have been recycling bags for years, if you ever get a store bag that has a store name on but not much else, you can use those as the advertising is covered up. None have had the window either. Mine haven't been this great though, I will have to rethink this.

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  11. Wonderful tutorial. Thank you. Your bag is gorgeous! Amazing transformation from a drab brown paperbag. Anyone would be thrilled to receive it.

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  13. lovely! I make a paperbag to, you find it here
    http://betinascardsandcreations.blogspot.com/

    xxBetina

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  14. Dear Inge,
    You decorated it very nice. Inspiration for me. Thanks you for that!
    Greetings, Corine Reijn (Wien-art)

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  15. Wow, this is just beautiful! Thanks for the turtorial, I'm going to give it a try. :)
    Hugs, Vanja

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  16. Wow, this is great. It would surly brighten somebody's day.

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  17. Fantastic tutorial. I did one of these last easter and the kids LOVED them. I'd forgotten all about them until now, thanks!! I know what I'll be doing this week ;)

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  18. Wonderful tutorial! You can use it on so many occasions. Fabulous!

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  19. Hi, I'm back! I decorated a paperbag today, you can see it here.

    Really loved the tutorial and your paperbag is stunning! I didn't have a kraft one though, but I like the result anyway. :)

    Hugs, Vanja

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  21. Hoi Inge, Superleuk wat jij en je dt collega's hebben gemaakt met het thema "cadeautasjes". Mijn tasje kun je hier vinden!
    Welterusten ;-)
    Hugs Ingrid

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