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Mini tea bag gift pouch, Tudorial

Hi, this is me (Bianca) again. It´s my turn to telling you something new and as the theme for your new challenge in October is 
Thank you
I thought you all maybe will like this little tea bag gift pouch. They are so easy and fast to make it´s really no problem to make a lot for giving a small gift for friends and family. 
You can fill it with tea bags, sweets, self baked cookies ore somthing crafty for your crafty friends.

I have used:

WOW! Molds (available soon!)
and soft clay

You can decorate the teabag pouch just as you like it. I have used flowers made of soft clay. They are made with the soon available silikone molds from WOW!

If you want to know how to make your own tea bag pouch than read more!

This is what you need:

a sheet of douple sided designer paper (mine is from Rushberry Road Design) size 5 7/8 x 5 7/8 inch
a score board
a bone folder
embossing powders stamps and embelishments of your joice

First fold your paper in half just like on the pic.

Than score it like you can see on the photo at 7/8 inch.

Turn around the paper and score at 7/8 and 2 6/8, and 5 3/8 and 7 3/8.

Now you just have to fold the paper as on the photo

turn it around and fold it again

create the ground of your bag just like this. You have scored the lines for it.

In the end punch a hole into the top of your tea bag pouch for use it with a ribbon ore glue it tougether. The pouch looks like the same at both sides.

I have closed the pouch with an eyelet and decorate it with clay flowers.

Hope you like this tudorial!



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