Halloween is almost here so here is "part two" of my Halloween craft projects! I thought it would be fun to make a few treat bags for the kids! I found a template for the bags with cute little handles that I knew my kids would love and then cut the bags out using the paper from the Hocus Pocus Paper Kit by Pink Paislee. You can find tons of templates for the bags with a quick Google search or you could use a die cutting machine to make cutting them even easier! I also used the Hocus Pocus Press Ons and Glittler Alphas. Here they are:
Since these are for the kids I limited my supplies to the Paper, Rub-ons, and Alphas. Also, I didn't want to use a ton of embellishments on them but I wanted them to be cute so I used mostly the patterned paper for the embellishments doing some "fussy" cutting. Below you can see the crow that was cut from the patterned paper.
Below are the tickets I made using the pp and the little spider rub-on who was applied to pp and then cut out.
Next you see the skull that again was cut from the pp and more tickets I made plus the glitter alphas.
And finally the festive banner..which was really easy and simple to make using a punch and then cutting the shape in half. I also used lots of foam adhesive on these just to add some interest since they were mostly made from paper!
And there you have it...some cute little treat bags for the kiddies or anyone else because who doesn't love treats?
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