For a challenge that I am completing this month, I needed to create some type of packaging, so I did a search on Pinterest and found this fun bag by Peggy Murwin. I swapped out the Gnome that she used on her bag for this little Hedgehog from the Happy Hedgehog Bundle. For directions to make this fun package, watch Peggy’s Halloween Gnome Video.
I love the way that the Cottage Gingham paper coordinates with the black layers. I’m going to be playing some more the Very Best Trio Punch which I used to cut the corners of the flap. I really haven’t used it much before but darn, it makes a pretty edge!
Box — 7″ x 11″ score at 2″, 5″, 7″, 10″ Turn – score at 2″
Black Mat Layers — 2 7/8″ x 4 7/8″; 1 7/8″ x 2 7/8″
Designer Paper Layers — 2 3/4″ x 4 3/4″; 1 3/4″ x 2 3/4″
Basic Black — 3″ x 3″ — die cut 2nd largest Square Stylish Shapes Die
Basic White — 3″ x 3″ — die cut 3rd largest Circle Stylish Shapes Die
Sorry if this post is a bit abrupt and missing my usual babble, lol. This weekend is my family’s annual end of the summer camping trip and I (think) I’m almost all packed and ready to go. This year we will be heading to Wisconsin for some 4 wheeling fun. I’m looking forward to spending some time outdoors with my grandsons. Crossing my fingers that the weather cooperates!