Kraft Bag’s Classy Cousin: A Dozen Glassine DIYs to Do Right Now
Kraft bags have done us well. They’ve been used to gift a DIY present or two and have carried more than a few PB+Js to the lunchroom for us. But when you really want to impress with presentation, that brown paper needs to move aside. Glassine is the route you want to take, and we’ve got 12 DIYs to help you keep it classy with the translucent encasement.
4. Polka Dot Envelope: Please tell us you’re the type of person who still gives mixed tapes to your friends. Oh, good. We knew you wouldn’t disappoint us. And that’s why we refuse to let you down. Here’s packaging for that very thoughtful gift of epic tunage. (via Florence Finds)
5. I’m Sweet On You Treat Bags: Yes. Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but chances are you’re sweet on someone at least one day out of the other 364. Let ‘em know how you feel with these free printables. (via Victory Paper Designs)
7. Fiesta Favor Bags: In case you haven’t heard, a little Americanized Mexican holiday called Cinco de Mayo is on the horizon. And while margaritas are always greatly appreciated, we also would like a galleta or two delivered in this festive bag. Oh, and the printable is free, so it really shouldn’t be that big of a deal for you to deliver on request. Please and thank you. (via Camille Styles)
8. Gem Lanterns: Before you go thinking that all glassine bags can do is act as treat holders, let us shatter your preconceived notions with these gem lanterns. If you’re going to have these at your next fete, please also have a bowlful of Starburst. Just looking at this image is inducing mad cravings over here. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)
10. Foxy Faux Cross Stitch: Yep, your grandma’s favorite pastime is back in fashion, but rather than using a needle and thread, we’re resorting to more modern conventions like permanent markers and washi tape. (via Confetti Sunshine)
12. Crayon Garland: We totally realize we’ve already directed you toward this DIY in our watercolor wedding inspiration, but really, this is the most creative use of glassine we’ve seen to date. (via Hello Bee)
What are you making with glassine? Talk to us in the comments below.