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September 24, 2014

Candy Treat Bag

Design Team: Pam Bray Week 24 Cycle 9

Halloween inspiration is here! See the tutorial for this cute candy treat bag by Pam Bray!



I love making treat bags, mainly because they are so fun to give to friends and family. Today I am sharing one I made using the WeR Memory Keepers Bag Punch Board and a piece of Cor'dinations Orange Nostalgic Paper. 


 Once the bag is made I placed a Nesting Circle Die to the front of the bag, lined up my Cut N' Boss platforms and ran it through my Cut N' Boss Machine. 


 Using the Teresa Collins Design Grids Embossing Folder embossed the bag....


 Sand lightly using a sanding block.....


 Add a piece of acetate to the inside of bag prior to shaping and adhering bag together. 


 Decorate bag using a paper brown doily that you cut the center out of and placed around the circle on the front, add a fun embellishment that you made using the Stay Connected Die cut to the front. 


Place a pretty ribbon at the top of the bag along with a bow that you punched out and added more of the fun die cuts that were pre-cut from the Stay Connected Die Cut set along with a few sticker. Tie to bag top after you have filled with candy. Hope you try your hand at making some treat bags. 

Hugs,

Pammejo
Pam's Blog

Supplies:
Craftwell Cut N' Cut 
Craftwell Stay Teresa Collins Connected Die
Craftwell Teresa Collins Design Grids Embossing Folder 
WeR Memory Keepers Bag Punch Board
WeR Memory Keepers Doily Circle Die
Cor'dinations Nostalgic Orange Paper 
Echo Park Chillingsworth Papers
Xyron Tape Runner
Xyron Sticker Maker
Acetate 
Green Ribbon

Thank you Pam! How excited are you for all the Halloween projects?! We can hardly contain ourselves! What do you think of this treat bag? be sure to leave Pam a comment!

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