Halloween Treat Bags-No Template Needed!

Hi friends!  Today we are going to make these sweet treat bags for Halloween! You get 2 bags from one sheet of standard cardstock (I am using the cheap stuff from Sams Club so whatever you have on hand is totally fine!) making these favor bags less expensive than store-bought treat bags.

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If Halloween isn’t your cup of tea you can use the technique for making these bags for whatever occasion you like! You can change-up the dimensions of the box, all you need to remember is to keep the sides the same size,  and the front the same size as the back. You can save time by using thick patterned paper to match your occasion too! Watch the video to see how!

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Supplies:

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I hope you found this project useful! You can make a wider, thinner box to hold gift cards as well. Just make the score for the bottom flaps equal to the skinniest side so you don’t have to cut off excess and it will make your bag a bit taller to hide the card. Add ribbon and you have a bag you could even hang on the Christmas tree! There are so many options for this, I hope you give it a try! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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In the Pink!

Looking for a quick favor bag? Here is on you can whip up in minutes.

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Watch the video to see how!

Supplies :
Pink treat bags
Pink bakers twine 
Mini Clothespins
Pink Organza Ribbon 2 7/8″ wide
6″ paper doily
Large unstrung Merchandise tag
Stamps (The Ton)
Ink (Altenew)
Rinestone
Adhesive

Those were so easy to make and if you are not into pink Papermart has lots of colored and patterned bags to pick from. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

Here Comes Peter Cotton Tail!

I love the days getting longer, pastel colors and everything that comes with spring including Easter!

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Today I will show you how to make this sweet favor bag. You can fill it up with candies or maybe a few small toys to entertain the kids before Easter dinner.

Supplies:
Tin Tie Coffee bags
Crepe paper
White, pink and orange paper
Glue
Google Eyes
Scissors

Tip! Fill the bag with goodies before assembling the bunny. Thanks to Papermart for sponsoring this video, thanks to YOU for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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