Mothership Scrapbook Gal is excited to be a part of Jen Goode’s Pink Ribbon Blog Hop! We have fun and easy DIY Pink Ribbon “Hope” Gift Bag to share with you using Jen Goode’s Jumbo Design Wheel & Handle by Rollagraph® manufactured by Clearsnap. We were so excited when the box of goodies arrived from Jen last week - just look at all the "Goode-ness" she sent to inspire our DIY project!
Our Pink Ribbon "Hope" Gift Bag would be a wonderful craft to make for someone anyone who simply loves pink or is going through treatment to provide a special gift of encouragement. Simple gift ideas that I might suggest would be a magazine, a picture frame or a cute coffee mug.
To create our Pink Ribbon “Hope” Gift Bag we used:
· Cricut Die Cut Machine & Holiday Frames & Tags Cartridge by Creative Memories
· White Gift Bag
· Sparkle Pink Paper for the Banner Back
· White Paper for the Banner Triangles
· Light Pink Paper for the word “HOPE”
· Pink Ribbon
· Robin’s Nest Dew Drops
· Pink Gift Bag Stuffing
Step 1: Use the ColorBox Crafter’s Ink (Sweet Pea) to generously ink and prepare Jen Goode’s “Hope” Rollagraph® Stamp to roll across the white paper bag. Use the Rollagraph® Stamp and roll the print directly onto the white gift bag. (TIP: Practice a few times on scratch paper to get the hang of it.)
Step 2: Use the Cricut to die cut the back banner (size: 2 ½) onto the Sparkle Pink Paper, and white paper (size: 2) for the front banner. (TIP: As an alternative to the Cricut, you could use also use a craft punch (circle or banner) as a background for the "HOPE" title.)
Step 3: Again, using the Cricut die cut (George & Basic Shapes Cartridge) print out the word “HOPE”.
Step 4: Using the Rollagraph® stamp, fussy cut out one of the hope ribbons for the banner title.
Step 5: Assemble the banner pieces (here we had the sparkle pink background and white front banner) together using Tape Runner.
Step 6: Cut the Foam Squares to fit onto back side of the word “HOPE” and stick them onto the banner.
Step 7: Use a glue that will dry clear to adhere the Robin’s Nest Dew Drops onto the banner.
Step 8: Tie the pink ribbon (we used a gross grain) and adhere it onto the white gift bag with Tape Runner.
Step 9: Assemble all pieces together and stuff the bag with Pink Gift Bag Stuffing!
Here is a close up of our Pink Ribbon "Hope" Gift Bag:
There you have it! An inspirational and beautiful DIY Pink Ribbon “Hope” Gift Bag in 9 Steps. Leave a comment below if you have any Breast Cancer Awareness project ideas of you own!
Check out other projects from Jen Goode’s Blog Hop Event here: http://wp.me/p2rOsF-1Cp and below, you can enter Jen Goode’s Giveaway too!
Lastly, don’t forget to check out Mothership Scrapbook Gal’s Pink Power & Hope Pinterest board: http://www.pinterest.com/rinagonzales/pink-power-hope/