Sunday, 29 June 2014

EPB Gusseted Treat Pouch Tutorial

Wow, I've never had as many comments on a post as I've received in the past few days. The reason - apparently you'd like a tutorial to make the envelope punch board treat pouches I shared this week. I've remade my favourite version (thank goodness I had some paper left), taking pics all the way. The pouch is made from basic envelope punch board principles with a little twist, so I'm sure you'll have tons made in no time.
Here's are pics from the side & open so you can see the gusset.

The Tutorial
I used cardstock for the main tutorial pics, as it was a bit tricky to see the scores on the checked paper. Rather than adding all the pics here in the post & leaving formatting to Mr Google, I've created a downloadable PDF. Just one request, If you wish to share projects made with my tute, please direct people back to this post to download or pin the tutorial, rather than sharing it from your own site or editing it. Thanks :-)

Here are some screenshots of the tute pages to give you a peek. Clicking on these will take you to the pdf download too. Don't just save the pics as they're just low res images.
Thanks for visiting today. I hope you find this tutorial useful & enjoy making lots of little pouches. I'm going to have a play to make some bigger versions & will share them if I do. Don't forget to leave me some comment love if you liked the project...& pin away. Hope you have a happy Sunday.
Inky wishes, Di


Kelly Kent said...

Thanks for sharing your lovely, comprehensive (free) tutorial! Kelly :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the tutorial. Very clear with great photos.
aka Mrs Noofy

Unknown said...

thank you! this looks so awesome-I can't to sit down and give this a try!

Lynda said...

Thanks so v v much Di. Appreciate all ur hard wk in putting this together.

Bobbi Miller said...

Diane, I am so darn excited to be getting this tute! Thanks so much for working so hard for us. I will be sure to let everyone know where I got it from. Can't wait to make these treats at a future stamp camp. Hugs!


Awesome! Thanks so much formsharing

Judy May said...

A great tutorial for a really cute project, Di! I'm Looking forward to making it.

nanny31 said...

Merci pour le partage de votre tutoriel.
C'est très gentil.
Bonne journée.
Bonne semaine.

MaryJo said...

thank you so much!

Seletta said...

Thanks for sharing, looking forward to making loads of these. Have a Joy filled week.

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