Friday, August 28, 2009

Cricut Cut File - Goodie Bag

These little goodie bags are 7 1/2" tall and 3 1/2" wide (and about 2" thick) when finished.  The cut file was created with George/Basic Shapes and Plantin Schoolbook.  The score marks are provided on the cut file.  You need to do all the scoring first, there are six vertical scores (located in line with the star) and then one horizontal score (two score marks as guides) which is located about 1 3/4" from the bottom.  After you do all the scoring, begin folding the vertical scores at the front (near each side of the star).  It is like a lunch bag, accordian style-so the middle fold bends in.  Once you have the folds in place, join the two back pieces.  I use my small tape runner so that the back pieces overlap about 1/4".  Next, you fold up the bottom like an end of a gift package.  I push the sides in and create points (triangle shapes) for the front and back pieces.  I used glue dots to secure the bottom folds.  Behind the star shape I used vellum which will hide the goodies I put inside!
The Cricut cut file is here:  Goodie Bag
The SVG file is here SVG Goodie Bag
(I have instruction to the side for downloading cut files)
Be sure to leave a comment if you make one so I can come see!  ~Jamie

8 comments:

CreativeBusyHands-Scrapbook Freebies Search said...

Thank you so much for this Freebie. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Elements post on Aug. 30, 2009. Thanks again.

rae said...

these are absolutely DARLING!!! thanks for playing along with this week's Use It! challenge!!
♥~rae

Christi said...

Another great file.Thanks for all your hard work and sharing.

Christi S

The Crafting Pot said...

I love the paper combination!

Gena ~TCP

Anonymous said...

Are you able to provide a scut file or .svg file of the goodie bag? I would greatly appreciate any help with that.

Jamie Lane said...

I attempted to turn the bad into a SVG and have updated the post with the download link (note: I did not test it). Hope it helps!

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Anonymous said...

The SVG file link is not working

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