The card is the one I posted the other day here. The box contains a mug and/or teabags and the bag contains biscuits or that could be for the teabag/drink sachets.
Here's a closer view of the 2 gift packaging:
The actual box and bag packaging was really easy to make, the bit that took longest for me was deciding what papers to use and how to decorate it! The stamps I used were 'willow with hot chocolate' and 'willow with cookies' (with Melinda blowing kisses for the card) and they are all in stock at the moment here. Don't forget if you fancy a chance of winning Melinda blowing kisses, check out my blog candy (see photo/link, top right of blog).
Here's the box open:
The box is made from 2 sheets of 12x12, a thicker card piece for the base and a normal thick paper will do for the lid. I based my box on the fab instructions over on the scor-pal website here. My box is 4.5" wide by 3.75" tall which is as big as it can get for a sheet of 12x12. I used a plain coloured cardstock for my box base then just covered the sides with dp. The lid I decorated and added all my bits before sticking that together and finishing off with a piece of twill ribbon around it.
Now, the bag is even easier to make and I can see myself making these for christmas stocking fillers. Here is a closer side on view of the bag:
If you cut 1 piece of 12x12 in half you will be able to decorate 2 bags from that as these bags are 6" wide. All I did was score (if you have a scorpal, I scored mine at 2", 4" & 10"), fold then punch ends with border punches. Add double sided tape to the insides of the dp then open bag so that you get the flat base as shown before you stick it down carefully. Add my decorated circle on top, fill with goodies then close. The top has 2 holes punched in it and ribbon looped through twice to close and then a little tag added. It really couldn't be easier I just need to get better and quicker at deciding what colours/papers to use as that took the longest LOL.
Sorry for the long post and well done if you've reached this far LOL!
Don't forget to check out the Whiff of Joy website and click on 'POM' to see all the other wonderful projects from the rest of the DT which are absolutely stunning (and they take better photos than me!) and hope it inspires you to have a go.