Are you with me?
Now pick up the top sheet – you’ll see where the bag is glued together. Cut on both sides of that strip so that it’s not included. You will end up with 2 large rectangles – fold in half. You know have your first 2 cards!
Under the top layer are your two prefolded flaps (which would be the sides of the bag if you were looking at it like a bag). Cut each into thirds. Now you have your next 6 cards.
You bottom layer is the same size as the top except it has the little cut out at the top-
Cut it the same as the top, except cut the bag an inch up so that you remove the little dimple. Then fold as you did the top – these will be just a hair smaller than the top 2 because you cut out the dimple.
Now for the top flap of the bag: You are essentially cutting out the two corners as indicated above. There are natural lines to follow in this area because of how the bag folds flat.
Here is what each of those corners pops out to – Can you see the two cards? My thumb is that the top crease of one card, and the other is the top crease that is very prominent – cut accordingly.
Keep looking for cards and they’ll pop out – I ended up with 15! All of them were “prefolded” from the creases in the bag except the 4 big ones that we cut out at the top.
This is all that’s left of the bag.
You’ll have these left too but I’m sure we can turn them into some kind of box. I’ll get back to you on that!
And here are the cards showing what was left of the bag wording. I didn’t feel like any of it was too much – none on the fronts or inside and this was all on the back. If I got a card with the bag printing on it, I would think the giver was handy. And thrifty. And really smart. That’s just me though; recycle them if they aren’t your cup of tea.