This post is sponsored by Global Purpose
I’ve been seeing Global Purpose and their ethically sourced products popping up in my Instagram feed for a while now. So I was thrilled when they invited me to collaborate on a DIY project for their Giving Bags. One of the first things I always think about when I’m giving a gift bag is finding the perfect tissue paper to put inside of it. I’ve been known to stash tissue paper from birthday gifts for reuse on new occasions, but sometimes my stash runs dry. I also happen to have a stash of brown paper bags from grocery shopping at H-E-B (coincidently where you can also purchase the Global Purpose Giving Bags). So I put two and two together for some easy upcycled brown paper bag tissue paper! Check out my how-to video and read on for a list of materials needed.
- Your favorite Global Purpose Giving Bag
- Brown paper grocery bags
- Krylon Short Cuts spray paint in Gold Leaf (affiliate link, plus I love that they have mini paint cans!)
- Drop cloth
More about Global Purpose
- Global Purpose was founded as a social enterprise and created to connect purchases and positive
change in impactful ways.
- This purposeful giving company provides education and income opportunities for women and
children living in vulnerable communities, including India, Haiti, and Uganda.
- Your Help One Now Giving Bags items are from the new Spring line, currently available in HEB in
the floral department. (Perfect for teacher or hostess gifts–or an Easter basket!)
Looking for More Spring-Inspired DIYs?
Check my Tutorials page along with these upcycled projects I think you’ll love:
Forget the Easter Basket, Make a Bindle Instead!
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Crafts with Toilet Paper Rolls: Easter Egg Cups
15 Upcycled Easter Egg Ideas