Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Treat bags for hungry little monsters


This post is for The Winter Bazaar on Scribbet's blog.

An easy treat bag or Halloween card can be made by using digital scrap booking elements that you size and print out on your own printer.


I started with a lovely round pumpkin, designed by the talented Rhonna Farrer, printed on white cardstock and sized just right to punch out with a circle punch.


Then I printed out the word BOO onto cardstock, also, spaced so I could cut them apart with scalloped scissors, fold, staple to the top of a snack sized zippy bag, topped with the punched pumpkin, and before you can say "Spooky", there you have it. Cheap and easy, but still with a homemade touch.

I guess I could have put the candy in the bag the right way, but at midnight, who cares!



And here are my two favorite pumpkins, my twin nephews. These are for you, Tara!

6 comments:

Cocoa said...

Creative, handmade touch. I love it! So easy too.

I've tagged you for a meme.{{snicker, snicker}} come and see!

Tara said...

aw! SO cute!!! Thanks so much!

Amy said...

This is such a great idea. I am not into scrapbooking so I appreciate learning stuff like this!! Thank you!

Scribbit said...

Those are really sweet little treats, why are things so much cuter when they're individually wrapped?

Lisa@Take90West said...

Those are so cute!
I need to get better about doing things like that. But when it's midnight, I just don't care all that much!

karin (creativechaos) said...

So cute! I love it! And what a cute pumkin I might add!

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