Hi CottageCutz lovers, it's Carol here today! Need a fun little gift box/pouch? Well I have just the little item for you. And to top it off, these are SUPER EASY to make. I see you over there saying, yeah she says easy-maybe for her.....right....lol Well let me tell you these are really envelopes. Yes, that's right envelopes. The kraft envelopes you find at Michael's with the corrugated cards inside. So you say great, love these but what am I going to do with all the leftover cards? Well, I will show you on November 11 what to make with the card. Hint....Hint....If you love these, you will love what I show you next!!!!!
Let's begin with the Sunflower. I have a thing for Sunflowers. This was created with the Cottagecutz Harvest Sunflower, Harvest Vine, and Harvest Fall Corner. I also used the Harvest Oak Leaf, Elegant Harvest Leaf, and the Harvest Oak Leaf from Cottagecutz. I created my sunflower with the Sunflower Spellbinders die and mounted the Harvest Sunflower on a Spellbinders Tag.
For this pouch I used the Harvest Vine Border, Harvest Fall Corner, Harvest Apple Tree, and the Harvest Apple Basket. I used some lace trim from my stash and a fabric flower for decoration. It even has apple designer paper covering the envelope.
Have you noticed that Owls seem to be all the rage this year. I have seen some of the cuties Owl Christmas decorations. So I just had to make an owl pouch. I used the Fall Owl Border, Harvest Fall Corner, the Harvest Owl and the Sprig Vine Mini. The flowers are Recollection and I used some bronze glitter on my die cuts for sparkle.
This is what the inside of the pouch looks like. You can fit a good bunch of stuff in there. Aren't these really cool. I have seen quite a few of these on YouTube. The tutorial for how to create these can be found here.
Thanks so much for stopping by today to see my project. I sure to appreciate it. Remember to come back on November 11 and I will show you want to do with the cards. You'll be creating some cute little projects in no time. Happy Crafting!!! These are the dies used: