Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Club Scrap Transformation Blog Hop with coffee

Welcome to another of our monthly Blog Hops
The kit this month is called Transformations
and has some beautiful colors to work with.
Hope you came over here from 
and seen what wonderful and inspiring
art she has been making for you.

As I am also playing this week with the
I have a wonderful gift idea for you..
You can use this either for a coffee gift or a tea gift,
whatever you prefer.
This is the front


and this is the back.
You add a coffee packet or a tea bag
and some cookies and ready is your gift.
But the question is:
How to make it!

Well here is the tutorial:
Start by cutting off a strip of 3,5 inch from a piece 
of 12 x 12 inch paper. We are working wit a 12 x 8,5
piece of paper.

Now we are going to score.
You can draw the lines and use a bonefolder to fold
or take a score-board if you have one.

(click on the picture for a larger-better version)

Here are the measurements for scoring:
on the short side you score at: 2,5 inch and 6 inch
Now on the long side we make some more scores at:
1,25 - 2,5 - 5 - 7 - 9,5 and 10,75 inch

When you did all this, you need scissors to cut
of 4 corners of 2,5 x 2,5 inch like you see
on the template.
Now it is folding time.
Start by folding these corners towards the inside.

Next you foldone pard to the inside

and then the other part over the first part.


You see all the folding lines now to make
the gift wrap. The outside flaps are also folded
and they are the top of the gift.
The middle part is the bottomand lift the sides.

I put some real Dutch "speculaas" in a
bag and took a bag of green tea.
Made a cute card to go with the gift.
I printed the words on a piece of paper
and used the stencil that came with the kit
and a pencil to draw the rocks around the words.
Cutting out the rocks, adding some ink
and taping themwith foam tape to
the background (that I stamped with the
ginko leave from the UM stamps.
Now adding everything together and on top
made some holes through the flaps for adding a ribbon.
adding the tea bag in one side

and the card on the other side.
Making a nice bow in the ribbon with some 
embellishments and you are ready!

Oh yes and here they both are:
coffee or tea,whatever you prefer!

In the coffee variation I added the same coockies
and some pumpkin latte bags.

And this is the small card that Imade,
using the September tool (using a knife)
technique even on this tiny card!

Well I hope I have given you a nice idea, but there
are many more with this beautiful
Transformation kit.

Please go and see what Lillian
has made for great project on 

If you loose your way,
you can alsways go back to the 

Thanks for looking!
Have a creative day!











47 comments:

CarlavdM said...

En wederom errug leuk Hetty.
Die zakjes met die pompoen afbeelding is super leuk.
Bedankt weer voor het lesje in hoe het te maken.

vinita jain said...

How pretty, love those sweet bags, perfect for gifting! Thanks for sharing the steps!

Christy Q said...

What a great tutorial, Hetty! Thanks for breaking it down for us! I love the idea of making these for gifts - they look so quick and simple to make and I love how you decorated yours.

Debbie McNamee said...

great gift ideas!

Tricia Morris said...

Thanks, Hetty, for the darling gift idea and tutorial! This is great!

Sylvia said...

What fun gift bags, Hetty, they are all so pretty! Happy hopping!

Julie said...

These little gift "bags" with the origami fold pockets are adorable! What a neat idea and thanks for the instructions!

Annette said...

As always Hetty - totally awesome.

Donna Nuce said...

Thanks so much for this great tutorial Hetty! Love the idea. Have a great day!

~amy~ said...

perfect! yummy gifties!

April Puzzuoli said...

WHat sweet gifts!
Thanks for the tutorial.

Thank you, Hetty, for the inspiration,

Ann said...

So fun and loving those stencils!

Josette Trunnell said...

What a great idea!! it is perfect with this kit. Great job..

Lilian YF said...

These are awesome! Very cute cards, too! Thanks for the tutorial!
Lilian
The Leaf Studio

Lisa D said...

OMGosh, Hetty! These are such great gift ideas! I'll be casing these for sure!

KT Fit Kitty said...

These look great, Hetty! Well done and YUM! Make sure you stop by my blog for tomorrow's coffee card - My blog post is all ready to go - I am giving you a shout-out for the coffee text stamp I won from you in a previous blog hop. Thank you so much! I love the stamp! Enjoy the hop - I know you are!

Jacqueline said...

Thanks for the tutorial - great gift ideas!

Carolyn said...

Great idea! Beautiful!

Rettaescape said...

Cute gift idea! It is beautiful!

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Thank you, Hetty, for your tutorial. I may just try these. Beautiful gifts.

Shelly said...

Such sweet gifts!

Ink Stained Roni said...

What a wonderful little gift idea! So much fun packed into a little package. I am so gonna snag this idea for Christmas :)

TFS Hetty!

Ceal said...

awesome gift idea, thanks for the tutorial

Helen F. said...

Ohhh such pretty decorated gifties, Hetty :-)

Anne Marie said...

Hetty, you are so talented. These are so super cute! Great job!

Hi! I'm Shirley and said...

Wow! Love this awesome project. Thanks for the tutorial!

Confettiny said...

En zo kom ik via via toch weer op jouw Blog terecht, Hetty. ;-)
Je hebt er weer veel werk van gemaakt met een duidelijke tutorial erbij.
Het ziet er erg leuk uit allemaal!

groetjes, Trix

Beth Norman said...

How do you keep thinking of such awesome projects. Thank you for sharing your tutorial. It is too cool.

D.Ann C said...

What a fabulous gift idea! Thanks for the tutorial - I'm bookmarking it for future reference!

Kay Williamson said...

Adorable Hetty! Great step by step tutorial too, such a handy way for gift giving that looks great!

Team Clark said...

Such an awesome idea! These are just great!

Karen Wyngaard said...

What a sweet way to package a small gift. Who wouldn't love to get this little treat?

Celeste Goff said...

What beautiful treat holders and I love the papers you used!

VanessaB said...

Those are awesome! :)

Happy Dance said...

My goodness, Hetty! These are just fantastic!! You've been busy crafting! And thank you so much for the tutorial for these. I needed a project for my grandchildren next week, and I think this will be just the ticket. Love these! Bev

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

So fabulous, fun and creative! Such a great project idea!

Lisa said...

Thanks for the tutorial! Love your projects... what a great way to package a nice gift... thanks again!

Cindy C. said...

Very fun and artistic gift holder!!

Helen Gullett said...

Amazing pocket gift card!

Donna Coughlin said...

Hetty, you have some really awesome ideas here, just perfect little gifts!

Sue Reynolds said...

What a nice gift bag for tea and coffee, or chocolate covered coffee beans. Yum. Great idea.

Annie LaVallee-Curtis said...

What a fantastic project! Love the tutorial! Thanks for sharing this inspiration! ~Annie

Seleise Barrett said...

what a great gift! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

KT Fit Kitty said...

Yes I remember these now! Thanks for the template and tutorial!

C. M. Taylor said...

Just what I needed for a last minute gift for my neighbor. Thank you so much. TFS

tljwlj said...

What would be nice is to have a button so we could print this tutorial out. I can copy and paste but to be able to hit on button and instructions all be on one page would be great.Thanks these are really cute.

Daffodil Cards said...

Definitely going to bookmark this, what a wonderful way to present the gift of flavoured tea bags and biccies to dunk! (British)
Thank you Hetty, love this and your packages