I used tiger tail beading wire to make the handles. I just added some beads...but it was SO finnicky to work with! Mostly only where I had to fix the wire through the holes that I punched in the bag (using one of my husband's tools from his tool box, 'cause I don't have a teeny tiny punch) - I'd like to find an easier way of attaching the handles though - I looped the wire through the hole that I punched, brought the wire back up and then fastened it with a crimp bead. To try and cover up the crimp bead, I threaded on this gold flower bead:
To finish it off I added a wooden fower bead:
There's not much one can gift in such a tiny bag (maybe a chocolate truffle), but it's still cute. And I love cute stuff. :D
If you want this gift box template, just ask me for my gift box template no. 1. It's a template that I got from the net and it's by Donovan, but I didn't save the link to where I found it...
LINKY PARTIES linked to:Simple Home Life Making the World Cuter
Craft-O-Maniac Keeping it Simple
The Blackberry Vine Free Pretty Things For You
Someday Crafts Under the Table & Dreaming
Scrappy Gifts .
My little gift bag was featured at The Blackberry Vine! :D