Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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This month's theme is Halloween! I made Halloween treat bags using some bags I sewed together and Samantha’s Silhouette files.

Halloween treat bags by Daniela Dobson

Samantha Walker Supplies:
a2 card crescent closure halloween webs
border of skulls
Booti-ful Cameos JustRite Clear Stamp Set

Other Supplies:
Therm O Web Adhesive
Clearsnap and Ranger ink
The Twinery Twine
Impression Obsession tags die
Parchment paper

I made the bags out of parchment paper. I cut mine 4 1/4 x 10 inches, then I fold it in half and machine stitch the sides.

I stamped the frame in orange on one bag and a different frame in black on the other one, using Booti-ful Cameos stamp set. Just make sure the ink is dry before you continue decorating the bag.

Step 1 Daniela Dobson

I cut the border of skulls in half and resized it to 4 1/4” and adhered it to the front using 3D Foam Squares.

Halloween treat bag 1 by Daniela Dobson

For the second bag I cut the bottom of a a2 card crescent closure halloween webs and used it as a border. I backed it with black cardstock.

Halloween treat bag 2 by Daniela Dobson

To finish the bags I added twine and stamped a spider and “boo” on some tags. The treat bags are filled with candy corn, my favorite.

Step 3 Daniela Dobson


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24 comments:

  1. totally forgot we had the stamps! great idea

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  2. Awesome project!!Thanks for sharing!!

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  3. Cute treat bags! Love all the detail added to them!

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  4. Thanks for sharing the details. Like the idea of using parchment paper because I don't always have bags. Your embellishment are neat.

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  5. What fun and pretty treat bags. Love the stamps also. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win.

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  6. Sweet little treat bags! Love the layered tags!

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  7. Great ideas! Love those treat bags!

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  8. These are fabulous! Love the idea of stamping on the bags!

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  9. What a cute idea! I love how you used the borders!

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  10. Love those bags. Awesome stamping

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  11. So Cute Daniela!! I love those tags!!

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  12. Great projects -- love the stamps!

    Kris
    dietzrobles at yahoo dot com

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  13. Great bags.What a terrific idea.

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  14. Nice, I think the grabs are cool.

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  15. Thanks for the inspirations! Love the treat bag!

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  16. These are fantastic ideas for halloween school hand outs

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  17. I love the stamped image in the background! Super cool shapes in front!

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  18. please excuse me if my comment comes up multiple times ... I have been having problems adding a comment to your blog ....
    anyway - what I have been trying to say is .... these are wonderful! Perfect Halloween treat bags!
    Sandra ltb

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  19. CUTE BAGS. Thank you for sharing

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  20. Lovin' the cute bags!

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  21. Great gift bags. Like the idea of stamping - I might do that for the candy I hand out on Halloween night. the embellished ones with the cutting files will be for special guests only. thanks for the idea.

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  22. Great idea. Wonder if I could stamp on zip-lock bags...Going to try it as I often use those to package my halloween candies. Thanks for sharing

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  23. Cute treat bags, wonderful idea to use parchment paper.

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  24. Never would I have thought about using parchment paper for bags. Great idea!

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Thanks for stopping by, I love reading all your wonderful comments.