Gift Bags, Gift Card & Money Holders and Gfit Tags Class + fun contest

Check the bottom of this post for a fun little contest.

I had my Gift Bags, Gift Card & Money Holders and Gift Tags class yesterday and the girls who could make it had a blast.

Here is Judy really concentrating on her cutting

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Melissa and Lynda, they were all smiles

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Judy's finished Kraft and Christmas Cocoa designer bags

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Melissa's finished Christams Cocoa designer bag, I guess she didn't want to show you her other bag…..LOL!!!

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Lynda's finished Kraft and Christmas Cocoa designer bags

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Come back tomorrow to see the other projects they made, a gift card holder tin using the Big Shot and a fun medium and the Holiday Lounge Designer Series Paper, a money holder using Lovely as a Tree and two gift tags using the Big Shot with the Two Tags Bigz die and the Merry Embosslit.  We made a total of six projects but the Christmas Cocoa designer bag was the most labor intensive.  The girls did great and had fun.  Thanks so much for coming gals, I loved having you here. 🙂

Contest:  Here is a sneak peak at one of the other projects, can you guess what this is made from?  Leave me a comment and a random winner will be chosen tomorrow.  The winner will receive two of these little goodies!!

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Thanks for stopping by!!!
  
 

59 thoughts on “Gift Bags, Gift Card & Money Holders and Gfit Tags Class + fun contest”

  1. I am going to guess a soda can but not sure just which soda. I would need to go to the grocery store to see them. I have seen some done out of a pepsi can and they are cute, but I really like this one. I haven’t tried this yet. thanks for the sneak peek.
    Cheryl Sims

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  2. Yup, definitely looks like a soda can…. It does kinda look like a Fresca can, but since I can only drink diet stuff, I don’t usually go near anything other than Diet Coke and Diet Mt. Dew. LOL!!!
    Great projects – would love to hear your planning and cost for the class! 🙂
    ‘Tis the Season! Be blessed!

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  3. I agree with the gals – a soda can! I love my Big Shot and all the things you can cut with it. I have just begun making fabric pins from die cuts- very cool. thanks for all the wonderful ideas you share!
    peggy

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  4. Yes, along with the other gals, I think it’s a soda can as well. I’m not sure what kind as I’m not a huge soda drinker.
    Lianne Carper

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  5. I thought maybe too, the Fresca can, but I’ll take it one step further and say I think it is a piece of window sheet with the can attached to it, to add the shine.

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  6. LOVE the big shot…the stuff we can run through it is amaing. My guess is a metal can of some sort. The bags the girls made are so pretty. TFS!

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  7. Does indeed look like a Fresca can from the image I pulled up using Google. Although with the 3 dimensionality of it my first thought was a foam plate with a similar pattern on it until I thought I recognized the pattern and opted for the Fresca. The styrofoam plates work well too as long as you use the flat part of it. Any curved sections going through tend to break.
    Looks like lots of fun was had at the event.

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  8. Well, I was going to say you stamped on aluminum foil and used crystal effects after you die cut but looks like I’m out voted!

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  9. My vote is some kind of pop can, a rhinestone brad and the big shot snowflake die. I’ve seen others run pop cans (err soda cans for our US friends), through the big shot, but I haven’t been brave enough to try it in mine yet 🙂

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  10. I know it’s a snowflake Die, and probably a soda can, but maybe done with paper on the chipboard, or embossed? Maybe with the Glassy Glaze Enamel? It’s really pretty. I can’t wait to see the details.

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  11. It’s definitely something that has been run through the Big Shot! Since I don’t drink Fresca and don’t know what the cans look like, the other gals may be right, but I’m going to be different and guess it’s from a plastic kitty litter jug…just for fun!

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  12. I agree with the soda can, and I think it is that special peach Fresca. How creative and beautiful. Amazing what Mr Big can do. I can not wait to see the finished product.

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  13. cool project. I would love to see what you’re doing! this is a great sneak peek! Iwould guess a soda can as well, alhtought I was thinking trying aluminum foil (heavy duty)

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  14. Definitely a pop (soda) can. Not so sure about the fresca. I don’t drink pop, but my first thought was pepsi or diet pepsi. Everyone else seems to think frsca though,so they’re probably right.

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  15. I definitely think it is a soda can (like everyone else). I can’t tell you what kind. I usually only drink water or tea. The soda industry isn’t getting rich off of me. Hopefully, this is enough of an answer to win.
    Carey
    aka Roscoe’s mommy

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  16. Oh man… I thought I was going to be a great guesser – but when I stroll through the comments, I see I’ve been beat! My guess: a Fresca Can (peach?) put through the Big Shot with the Snowflake die (and square ice rhinestone brad). AWESOME!!!! I really love this idea. 😀 Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Like everyone else i will say a soda can! But it does have a shine to it! So maybe you used the window sheet for the snowflake and the die snowflake! I loved the bags! They are so pretty! TFS!

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  18. I would guess a soda can as well cut with the big shot snowflake and a rhinestone brad for the center. Cant wait to see what you made this time around.

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  19. My first thought was DSP-covered chipboard. On looking at it closer, it looks like some form of aluminum, perhaps a can. No matter what it’s made of, it’s very pretty.

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  20. That looks like a cut out of a snowflake using the BigShot. The design looks like a Fresca can. Looking at the pictures from your class it sure looks like everyone is having fun 🙂

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  21. Peach/Citrus fresca run thru the BS with the snowflake template. Just love the idea!
    I like the original flavor tho! Thanks for sharing your idea. Looks like the girls had a fun time at class.

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