How to DIY a Gingerbread House Holiday Gift Bag

Hack your bags! HGTV Magazine is showing you how to step up your gift-giving game in just a few simple steps.

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Step 1

Make vertical slits on the top four corners of a gift bag. Fold down the side flaps and secure with glue. Fold down the corners to create the house shape and secure with glue.

Step 2

Draw a house design freehand using a white paint pen (draw it in pencil first if you prefer). Let dry.

Step 3

Bonus: Tie on a gingerbread person cookie cutter along with the tag.

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