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Fancy This: Treat Bags

Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 6

This time of year my daughter’s classroom has birthday parties and holiday parties almost on a weekly basis, for instance her upcoming St. Patrick’s Day party. I sometimes struggle coming up with quick and easy treat ideas for her to share with her class that I can create inexpensively and in bulk. This treat bag that I’ve created is easy, cute, and can quickly be adapted for any party theme simply by switching the color combinations and embellishments. So, let’s get started!
Fancy Pants supplies:
Childish Things: Book Shelf pattern paper
Artist Edition: 12x12 Memo Pad (Blue Notebook pattern paper)
Childish Things: Trim
Childish Things: Glitter Cuts
Childish Things: Chipboard pieces
Childish Things: Buttons
Childish Things: Rub-Ons
Childish Things: Elements Sticker

Other supplies:
brown lunch sized paper bag
sm. Plastic bag
lace border punch
star punch
corner rounder
black marker
tape runner
liquid adhesive
Step 1.
Cut paper bag approximately 5” high to make the bag 5”x5”, then cut the top of the cut off bag with your border punch.
Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 1
Step 2.
Add ribbon, glitter transparency, rub-ons, stickers, chipboard, and buttons to embellish.
Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 2

Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 3
Step 3.
Cut Childish Things Book Shelf paper to 4 ¾”x 5 ½”, the notebook paper to 4 ¼”x5” and adhere on top of book shelf paper, round top corners of bookshelf paper, staple green and blue Childish Things ribbons to top left of bookshelf paper, spritz notebook paper with mist, adhere punched out star to top right of notebook paper and adhere Childish Things red button, then use black marker to write ENJOY!
Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 4
Step 4.
Place treats inside small plastic bag, fold over top of plastic bag, then staple bag on top of notebook paper. Insert treat card inside paper bag.
Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 5

Sarah Mullanix - Candy Bag 6
I really enjoy creating these little candy bags for my daughter’s classroom, and they are so quick and easy that she can even help in the creating process. I hope you enjoy making this or your very own version of this treat bag.

-Sarah Mullanix

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