How about a tiny tool kit for a gift bag? These tool framelits are so fantastic, they really just make me giggle. This set is a little more elegant than others, but I still found myself playing with them before I put them in place. I realized this photo makes it look like it could be a card, but it is a gift bag made from half a sheet of cardstock. The tools were die cut from a piece of water color paper that had been painted with several ink colors and some liquid metal colors as well. Love that look!
I tried to keep the whole hexagon theme going on here and it turned out nice. The paper is so great it speaks for itself. What a great set of paper, really. This piece is foiled and heavier than the others. After I die cut the large hexagon piece, using a die from the same set, I embossed it for another layer of dimension. The sentiment background was cut from another piece from the same set. The classic label punch worked pretty great for the actual sentiment and kind of nestled as well.
A bit of ribbon for the handle was all it took. I was trying to give it the look of a bucket handle. Not sure if that happened, but it looked pretty good. The large hexagon was placed before the tools, raised up on a couple of dimensionals. Then I just started wedging the tools in place and squished some tombo glue underneath to keep them in place. Fun!
Have a creative day!