Baked For You Bag

  • Difficulty Rating: Beginner
Baked For You Bag

Share some of your delicious baked goodness and present them in your own packaging using a basic paper sack, a few handy tools, and supplies around the house.

Instructions:
Scallop the top edge of the paper bag using a Clouds Paper Edger.

Scallop the top edge of the paper bag using a Clouds Paper Edger

Fold the top (opening end) down about 2.5".

Use the Fuse Creativity System® to create this decorative blue embellishment. Place the embellishment on lower front of the bag as shown.

Trim a 1.5" strip of pink patterned paper and cut a V-notch on one short end. Adhere it vertically centered on the bag.

Trim a 1.5" strip of pink patterned paper and cut a V-notch on one short end. Adhere it vertically centered on the bag.

Fold the top of the bag, then adhere a 2" band of patterned paper, with the bag's scallop edge still visible. Wrap a thin ribbon to close the bag and tie a pretty bow.

Print or stamp a sentiment on ivory cardstock, then punch with a 1.5" circle punch. Back the circle with a kraft-colored scallop circle. Attach it to the bag using foam adhesive.

Supply List

Paper lunch sack
Patterned papers: DCWV
Cardstock: Bazzill
Ribbon: Offray
Other: foam adhesive