Accordion Bag for My Stamped Images

It's the 3rd day of National Craft Month and for this day I made an accordion bag for my favorite stamped images like Stamping Bella :D I followed Maria's tutorial of Stamping Inspirations but I
adjusted the size since I have a ready chipboard that will serve as front and back cover of the bag - size 16cm x 16 cm. I also used the long letter envelop but instead of 3 I used 6 pieces so I can make 12 pockets.

For the step-by-step guide, just email me and would be happy to help anyone in need :-)

The front cover designed with rik rak gold glittered ribbon. I also used nestabilties scallop rectangle and plain rectangle, rubber stamp "stampaholic" which I bought at Hobby Crafts in England, golden brown stickles, scallop punch by SU, prima flowers, and kuratake brad, ribbon by American Crafts, MS puncher (doily lace), kuratake plain colored cardstock and DCWV floral cardstock. To adhere everything, I used ATG Scotch :-) To measure I used my Scor-Pal :-)

The view from the side(s) :-)

The labels are my favorite Stamping Bella Stamps. Will add more if I decide which ones from my stamps will also be included.

I used 2 round velcro tape that serves as the closure for the bag's flap :D


Unknown said...

Precious one!!!!!!
Love colors, design, and functionality!
Amazing time engineering this of yours!

Anonymous said...

at great idea.

Anonymous said...

Wow Jerosha, this is awesome! I love everything about this project, especially the use of long envelopes for the inside part. I love that "handle"! Imagine, we're just on Day 3?!?!?


Hi Joan! I was really planning to make something na bag and perfect timing coz we are celebrating the carft month. No excuses for me hehehehehe. It's a nice feeling din to do something for myself. if I did not join you this month ay naku the accordion bag will be a pending job forever hahahahahaha :) Thanks dear!


Hello Norma! Thanks so much for coming here and left some love and kindness :D


Hi Connsue! Just let me know if you need the step-by-step guide. I'm sure you'll create something nicer :D

Laura E. (mbmprincessita) said...

It's so fantastic!!!


Hi laura! Thanks so much for dropping by here :D Thanks for the sweet compliment.

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