Here is an svg template for the “Box in a bag” from Split Coast Stampers. Set the height at 5.5 inches for a bag that is approximately 5.5 inches tall with a base that is approximately 2.5 inches square. These files will make the same size bag with the Expression or the baby bug. The layered file has layers for scoring (with solid lines) and all of the components needed. I used the scoring layer with my blade upside down in the holder, then cut the base, scalloped border, and the two tabs out of the same paper. I then cut the rectangle out of the other paper. You could also use a paper trimmer for the sides since it is a simple rectangle. Glue the sides of the base. Apply a strong adhesive to one long and one short side of the rectangle. Wrap the rectangle around the base, lining up the edge of the paper with the bottom of the base. Attach the border to the bag in the same manner. You could also use a 11″ strip of your favorite border. Crease, glue, and attach the tabs to the top of the bag. Use ribbon or fibers to hold the bag closed. Enjoy!
The download includes a layered svg for use with SCAL 2.0 and two single layer svg files for use with SCAL 1.0. These files are for personal use only. Feel free to link to this post, but the files are not to be shared or distributed in any way.
Download the files from here.