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Halloween Treat Bags

Halloween Treat Bags

Hi Everyone and Happy Thursday!

Today, I’d like to announce the winners from the hop – and I want to show you what else I did with the bags that I bought at the Dollar Tree!

First, let’s announce the winners!

Winner of the stamp set- 1 picked from each blog:

Pink Cricut:

tbmann who said ” So, So cute Sarah!”

CrazyaboutCricut:

littlen

Nonna’s Craft Corner

Suzy who said, Wow these are spookatacular…

More than Favors

ladybugCarrie

Scrapguy

joycemc57

217 Creations

Dazee

Tattered Time

Kristen (Crazy4Christ)

Scrappin’ with my Bug

Bonita

Pretty Paper Pretty Ribbon

Carrie at American Mommy

Scrappin 2 Little Princesses

 

Petunia648

CreateSerendipity

Michelle Green

Paper Crafts by Candace

CrazyCardCreator

Grand Prize

Winner of the Cuttlebug is Crystal, who said:

Super cute projects like always! Thank you!

All winners contact me at sarah@pinkcricut.com with your mailing address and Congratulations!

Now onto the project! Today, I am actually guest designing for a sweet friend of mine, Karey from creativecraftcorner.   She’s been having a rough couple of weeks, and I think it is important in our crafting community to reach out and give each other encouragement, an ear to listen, or to help out when we can.  I am honored to be able to help her out today on her blog- and I want to send her BIG HUGS through my blog post!

Okay, Remember that cute Vampire bag from last weekends Pink by Design Blog Hop?

Well, since you get 10 bags for just $1.00–I had some more creating to do!   So, I quickly decorated them for kids’ treats!  I used Teresa Collins Halloween paper, Scalloped circle punch, Divine Twine, embossing powder and We R Memory Keepers stickers!

The bag on the left has We R Memory Keepers stickers, and is stamped with the September Pink by Design Stamp of the month.  The bag on the right is also stamped with that set, as well as stamped and embossed with the Cute Halloween stamp set :)

The bag on the left is stamped with Cute Halloween, and the bag on the left is another We R Memry Keepers sticker.

Here is the fun part–this pumpkin is also embossed- but, I didn’t have orange embossing powder, so before I sprinkled it on, I mixed red and yellow embossing powder- I think it turned out pretty cool!  You know me, I couldn’t go without orange embossing powder, so I picked some up the very next day ;)  

These were so quick and easy to do– and even young children could help decorate them!

 

So…who’s going to the Dollar Tree to pick up some of these bags in the Wedding Section??

13 Comments

  1. Love how you improvised for the orange embossing powder!

  2. I picked up 4th pks of boxes. I figure I can use
    them for other projects.
    Dawn RI

  3. I’m going to the dollar store..Love your creative mind! The make shift orange came out really good!

  4. OOh Congratulations to all the winners!

  5. Love the bags! Great idea mixing the embossing powders together.

  6. I am, I am, ! good job! these are too cute.

  7. Your Little Bags are so Cute!!! Love how you mixed the Embossing Powders to make Orange. Congratulations to all of the Winners!!! :0)

  8. Going to make some bags for my coworkers. Thanks for the idea.

  9. these are so cute Sarah!!! And thanks again for giving away all the stamp sets on our blogs!!

  10. Super cute Sarah!! I actually do have a Dollar Tree here. I should definately stop and pick some of these up!

  11. Very cute H-ween bags! Will have to go to Dollar Tree! yay!

  12. Congrat’s to the winners!!! Love those little bags, they are just too CUTE!!! :-)

  13. Me, I’m going to go there when I leave work today. I was looking for something to use as a treat bag for my Grandson’s class and thanks to you, I think I’ve found it. LOL
    Have a great weekend!!!!!

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