If you’ve ever had to buy a number of gift bags, you know that they can be pricey and really add up. here’s a tutorial on how to make your own printable gift bags. Far more affordable than buying them at full price and no need for any payday loans.
TIP: Make your own printable craft items and save them .jpg format for using again and again! These little gift bags make great packaging for gifts, and you can personalize them using MyMemories Suite Software!!
STEPS: Open MyMemories Suite software and choose your album size (I chose 8.5 x 11 for a printable project). Add the papers and elements you wish to use to create your own printable project (I made these Gift Bags), and when you are finished, click: SHARE ALBUM ====> EXPORT PAGES and save as a .jpg! The new .jpg papers you created are now usable as stand alone printable projects to use and reuse anytime! The Freebies enclosed are just samples of the printable projects you can make! Just print, cut, score, fold and use! I just added a little ribbon handle, and voila!! What a great way to give a gift!! It’s inexpensive, available at any time, and easy to personalize!! What about making these for your child’s birthday party favors? Wedding Party Favors? So many great uses – so easy and fun!
Please note that while these papers and elements work great in MyMemories Suite, they are usable in any graphics software.
If you’re really interested in digital scrapbooking, be sure to check out My Memories Suite v3 . It can be purchased online and retails for $39.97. If you use coupon code STMMMS45174 you will receive $10 when checking out.
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