As promised in this post on Thursday, today I get to show you one of my quick and cute Halloween treat bag ideas that I designed to go with those quick and cute Halloween cards! Check it out:
SO cute, right? And that’s not bragging because that awesome paper from the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper is doing ALL the work for me! All I had to do is add that cute label on a rosette and throw some ribbon scraps on there and I am DONE. When something is this easy to make you actually CAN make treat bags for people without having to do shots of espresso all night to get them done! Here’s a close up of that super easy rosette assembly:
Even though I used the same paper for the bag that I did for the card, the papers in the Spooky Night DSP are all so well coordinated you can use pretty much any of them to make these bags. Each bag uses a whole sheet of 12 X 12 paper – this thing is TALL! – so you can get 11 bags out of each package assuming you use one sheet for the circles on the rosette. Do you think you can BUY a bag that cute for under two bucks? NO way! AND with these bags you get to say you MADE it!
I have to say I am SO glad I pulled out my Gift Bag Punch Board. I might have mentioned this but when I first got it I tried it out and while I liked it, I wasn’t blown away. I got it out recently to, well, MAKE a gift bag and couldn’t remember why I didn’t LOVE it! I have been making bags like a bag makin’ fool lately! It’s so easy, I can make them in a ton of different sizes and I can use card stock OR paper, meaning my ability to create something is truly only limited by my imagination.
Watch for more ideas because when something is this easy with a tool that is relatively inexpensive, I want to share the possibilities. I even made a class for Stamping Family members so if you are really interested in adding these to your crafting repertoire come join us!
Below is a list what you are going to want to get on your table for this project.
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Here’s another look:
Save this for when you are looking for some cute Halloween treat bag ideas and remember that by just switching out the paper and colors you can make this project for any occasion!