Envelope Punch Board Handbag with Video Tutorial

Today’s project is an Envelope Punch Board Handbag I demonstrated during my Weekly Wednesday Facebook Live last night!

Former demonstrator Elaine Jackson (Papercraft Button) came up with the design for this handbag, but her tutorial has been taken down, so I thought I’d create my own tutorial!

The bag is 4-5/8″ tall with a 3-3/8″ square bottom and holds quite a bit! This would be a wonderful gift for someone! Here’s my video tutorial:

HERE is my tutorial for the mini version of this handbag.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you have a wonderful and blessed day!

  • Christmas Around the World DSP – 12″ x 12″
    • Starting score line on Envelope Punch Board at 2-3/4″
  • Basic Black handles – 10″ x 1/2″, scored on both ends at 3/4″
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About Julie DiMatteo

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9 thoughts on “Envelope Punch Board Handbag with Video Tutorial

  1. Ooooh BEAUITFUL bag , casing for me , Tfs
    Hugs Frenchie, and your so easy to follow, thank you for that ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  2. Love the option of two sizes. Thanks. If I was to use the nutcracker side of the paper, the men would be in a diagonal orientation … right?

  3. This was such a cute idea and your video was amazing. I’m going to try to find the video for the smaller one. One question, which one do you think would be the easiest for a beginner? The big one or the small one? Thank you for sharing your wonderful creativity.

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