-10-15 Magazine pages
-Cutting board/rotary knife/scissors
-Ribbon for handles
-Modge Podge (optional)
Step 1: Cutting!
Cutting the strips is MUCH easier with a cutting board or a rotary knife. But if you're skilled with a regular knife, that will work too.
Step 2: Folding
At this point, decide how big your bag will be. Your weaved bag can only be as big as the length of the paper strips. Because my bag needed to be tall, I taped two strips together to add twice the length.
Step 3: Start Weaving!
FIY: I made two bags -- the first one I used glue, and this one I used tape. Both worked just as well as the other, however; the glue does soften the paper a bit. Nothing a bit of drying time won't fix