Spooky Pumpkin Treat Baggie

Hi everyone and Happy Halloween! I wanted to hop on and share a quick treat holder I created!
I started by cutting a bag using the Treat Bag Diecut and putting it together according the directions on the packaging.
I cut out three pieces of the madallion diecuts that I had purchased from Coco and Reno and put together. I added that and a scrap skull border to the top portion of the bag.
I fussy cut a jack-o-lantern and adhered that along with three circle punches and a spooky sticker on top of the medallion. I finished off by adding several loops of green metallic thread behind the circle punches. Just add some candy and a clothes pin and it is ready to give to your favorite trick or treater! As always if you have any questions please let me know.

Sizzix/Tim Holtz: Treat Bag Diecut
Coco and Reno: Medallion Diecuts
Halloween  and scraps of Cardstock
Metallic Green Thread 
Clothes Pin
Beacon Adhesive: Zip Dry Adhesive 
Various Circle Punches

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Thanks for stopping by, hope your Thursday is wonderful and enjoy creating!

Vintage Armoire Treat Bag

Hi there! I am back to share a quick project I created using the Sizzix’s Armoire Treat Bag Cover. I have had this diecut for quiet awhile and I am just now getting around to using it for the first time. Now I am wondering why I have waited so long??? I absolutely love it and fore see me creating more of these in the future 🙂 
I used the Cosmo Cricket Sweet Disposition Collection, along with lace, buttons, sequins and Dew Drops to create this adorable project.

I filled a little zip lock baggy full of goodies as a small token of thanks for someone that did me a favor. Also I put a crease in the bottom on the treat cover so it will mail flat.

If you have any questions about this project please let me know.

Thanks for stopping by, hope your Sunday is wonderful and enjoy creating!

Sweet Treat Bags

Hi everyone! I’m back to share a really quick post on the treat bags I created for the swap I was in. They where super easy and quick to put together. I used scraps of cardstock, scrapbook paper, punches, piece of a paper doily, baggy or glassine bag and a Sizzix Rosette diecut and tada!!! All you have to do is add some candy!!! 🙂

I had received this little cupid image in a swap I was in several years ago. Its the perfect addiction to the top of the rosette. 

Thanks for stopping by, I hope your Tuesday is wonderful and enjoy creating!!!

P.S. Be sure to stop back by Wednesday to see the altered matchbox I decorated. 🙂