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These fabric gift bags are strong enough to use for little gifts likejewelry, washi tape, gift cards, a lovely bar of soap, or a little wrapped sweet treat.Have fun decorating! If you have any questions, please just ask me in the comments section below.See you again in June with another Make Me column! Lisa(images/text: lisa tilse) Share178 Tweet36 +183 Pin8K WhatsApp ShareShares 8K YOU MAY ALSO LIKEDIY: Gift Tags From Magazine PagesWashi Tape Gift Tags DIYDIY: Affordable Branch PendantCreative At Home37 37 Comments Reply FrauSchmitt May 28, 2013 at 2:22 pmThis is going to be a great new column on your blog, HollyPerfect.Thanks so much, Louisa Reply Marianne May 28, 2013 at 5:53 pmWelcome to Decor8! Thank you for the lovely tutorialLisa, I love this DIY idea a lotIf you do not see the email please check your spam foldersGifts & Premiums Games & Hobbies " Gifts & Novelties " Holiday Decorations & Party Supplies " Promotional Gifts & Keychains " StationeryIm a fan of double sided tape& far less messy than glue! Reply lisa :: the red thread May 29, 2013 at 6:21 amLouisa Blackmore: Hey Louisa! I hope you enjoy making them so great that you already have everything you needGreetings, Ria Reply Sara May 29, 2013 at 11:29 amI love them, its a colour explosion with several usesWell done Lisa cant wait to see your next columnHandmade is good for the soul for your soul when you stop to focus on making with your hands and heart, and for those who receive the gift of something handmade.Even if you arent confident enough in your crafting skills to give a handmade gift, you can still put love and care into gift wrappingOnline Marketplace Auto Parts & Accessories Consumer Electronics Drones & Robotics Electronic Components Fashion Accessories & Footwear Fashion Apparel & Fabrics Gifts & Premiums Hardware Home Products LED & Solar Products LEDs & Optoelectronics Machinery & Parts Mobile Electronics Security Products Smart Living Underwear & Swimwear Trade Shows Global Sources Exhibitions Electronics Mobile Electronics Gifts & Home Fashion Other Trade Shows Magazines & Reports Magazines Sourcing Reports Other Services Get Quotations Product Alerts Analyst's Choice Sourcing News & Advice New Sourcing Markets Private Sourcing Events Buyer Support About Us Login Register Buyer Supplier Inquiry Basket Hardware & DIY Building Supplies " General Hardware " Tools & Accessories " Sanitary Ware & Plumbing " Lawn & GardenEasy!Step 4: Wrap and decorate Pop the gift inside.Quilting shops sell fabric precut to this size, and charm packs which are 5 inch squares, both with pinked edgesI established this blog in 2006 with only 15 readers and today, over1.5 million people look to decor8 fortrend reports, home tours, small business tips for entrepreneurs, entertaining ideas, travel reports from leading fairs and eventsand to learnabout extraordinary peopleand objectsReply lisa :: the red thread May 30, 2013 at 1:35 pmSteph Bond-Hutkin: Thanks Steph I have lots of lovely ideas in store for my column here on decor8Im delighted to be a new contributor to decor8 and Im excited to be sharing lovely simple and quick craft projects with you each month with a new column called Make Me 2ffeafca65