Techniques & Tutorials

Treat Favour Pouch

Hello Stampers,

This is a very simple treat favour pouch that would be easy for the kids to make for their dads for Valentine’s Day!

This technique is called the diaper fold technique, just the same as when you folded those cloth nappies for your children (cough cough) and you know how quick they were to pin!!! LOL

I used a 6″ x 6″ square piece of Soho Subway Designer Series Paper to create this project, but you could make bigger ones using 12″ x 12″.

Create a cute little pouch out of one piece of paper. Supplies One square piece of lightweight card stock or double-sided patterned paper Scoring tool Embellishments (optional)
Create a cute little pouch out of one piece of paper.
Supplies
One square piece of lightweight card stock or double-sided patterned paper
Scoring tool
Embellishments (optional)
Step-by-Step Fold paper in half diagonally.

Fold paper in half diagonally.

Take one of the lower corners of your triangle and fold it over to the middle of the other triangle side.

Take one of the lower corners of your triangle and fold it over to the middle of the other triangle side.

Take the other lower corner of the triangle and fold it over to the middle of the opposite side.

Take the other lower corner of the triangle and fold it over to the middle of the opposite side.

Take one layer of your top corner and fold it down to create your pouch.

Take one layer of your top corner and fold it down to create your pouch.

Decorate and fill your pouch.

Decorate and fill your pouch.

Isn’t it so cute? This can be folded in minutes, so no excuses not to have something small to give to your loved ones this Valentines Day.

You can also use these for party favours!

Happy Crafting!

Kate

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