Thursday, October 15, 2015

Witches' Night Treat Bags

This is a treat I made for each of the people that came to play
Bingo.... Stampin' Style last week.

They were so much fun (and so easy) to put together!!
The Big Shot makes this project quick and simple!!  Read on to learn how.....

First, I die-cut the Basic Black treat bag using the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies (and the Big Shot).  Before putting the treat bag together, I embossed both of the pieces with the Woodland Embossing Folder.  Just make sure to emboss each piece correctly - determine how the pieces fit together and then emboss so that you don't emboss a piece upside down (or on the wrong side!).

Big Shot  113439  $110.00

Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies  137547  $40.00

Woodland Textured Impression Embossing Folder  139673  $8.50

I used Fast Fuse to put these treat bags together - it makes assembly quick and easy and holds the bags together securely.

Fast Fuse Adhesive  129026  $10.00

Here are a couple of quick videos on using Fast Fuse.....

I recommend watching them before using Fast Fuse.

Finally, I wrapped a 2" piece of the Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper around the treat bag and added that awesome "Trick or Treat" tag using the new Witches' Night stamp set and the coordinating Lots of Labels Framelits.

I also stamped the "31" on Tangelo Twist card stock, punched it out with the 3/4" Circle Punch and popped it up on the tag with Dimensionals.

Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper  139584  $11.00

Witches' Night Photopolymer Stamp Set  139708  $26.00

Lots of Labels Framelits  138281  $27.00

3/4" Circle Punch  119873  $13.00

Stampin' Dimensionals  104430  $4.00

I hope you enjoyed this treat bag!!

 Notice how a Kit Kat bar fits perfectly inside it!!

I hope you were Inkspired today!!

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