Happy Friday Peeps!!
Today I am sharing a couple of Halloween Treat Bags I made. I had a request from a friend to make some Treat Holders to use for her grandchild's school party.
I created a couple of samples for her to choose from.
These "bags" are so cute and are very easy to make.
You can get two from one 8-1/2" x 11" piece of card stock.
Here are the measurements:
Start with a piece of 8 1/2" x 5" card stock.
Score on the short side at 2 3/4", 4" , 6 3/4" and 8".
Turn and score on the long side at 1 1/4".
Basic Box making skills required to assemble
I added a couple of scores down the side pieces to make them appear more sack like.
I used one of the dies from the Stampin Up Finishing Touches Edgelits across the top to mimic a paper sack. Love the look of that.
The finished size of these are just right for a little treat for a school party or even for a co-worker or to give out to those special little ones on Halloween.
They are just 3-3/4" tall by 2-3/4" wide.
Here is a picture of one without treats in it so you can better see the finished top:
The sentiment on here is from the "Halloween Bash" stamp set, which is the only Halloween set I have ordered this year, I had convinced myself that I didn't need any more Halloween sets, but I am quickly coming to the conclusion that I was wrong about that. LOL!!
I kept these fairly simply so they could be easily mass produced.
Here is one I did using some Tangerine Tango card stock:
I used a non SU die to cut out the Jack-O-Lantern face and then slipped a piece of daffodil delight card stock inside. Too Cute!!
These are really simply to make but if you have any questions just let me know.
Thanks for stopping by today.