Owl Gift Bags
Bet you didn’t think another school stack would catch your eye—until you saw this one!! Newest in our line of stacks, the Edumacation stack, may flaunt traditional learning icons and cliché prints in “all-too-familiar” shades—but the vintage influence on modern elements makes just enough of a different to knock your socks off.
Designed by Kathy Dobson courtesy of DCWV®.
- DCWV® Paper Pad, 12"x12" – the Edumacation Stack™
- Lunch Bags, Small
- Ribbon, 7/8" - Black Gingham
- Ribbon, 3/8" - White with Black Polka Dots
- Paper Crafting Punches - 1/2" Circle, 1" Circle, 1 3/4" Circle and 2" Circle
- Scrapbook Adhesive
- Glue Dots®
Select three prints and one glitter solid. Punch two sets of circles for each eye using a ½", 1", 1 ¾" and 2" circle punch (total of four circles for each eye). Adhere these together and attach to the bag 2½" up from the bottom.
Cut a small triangle from a coordinating print; adhere in place just under the eyes.
Take the top section of the bag. Fold it over just above the eyes to create a crease. Extend the top of the bag back up. Fold the corners in to create a triangular top and fold back down above the eyes. Fasten in place using Glue Dots® or an adhesive foam square.
Cut a square from a final piece of printed paper from the stack, ensuring that it is at least ¼" smaller than the width of the triangle. Fold the square in half diagonally and lay it over the top of the bag, with ½ of it showing in the front and the rest in the back.
Embellish your owl by adding a “bow tie” or “hair bow” with the gingham or polka dot prints.
Repeat as needed.
Insert your surprise, reseal, and enjoy handing out your party favors!