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A Purr-fect Treat Bag

Happy Tuesday!!!  Danielle here today to get you started on your Halloween treat bags!!   These cute bags can be mass produced very easily.  I used the Cosmo Cricket  - What a treat glittery vellum bags as my treat bags.  These bags are very heavy duty and can hold a lot of candy!!!  Then I used a non holiday themed paper pack!!! 

Quick Tip: Use up your old paper pads by finding colors that go with holidays. 

This orange polka doted and the dark brown grid paper comes from the Kaiser Craft - Happy Snaps 6.5 x 6.5 pad.  Who woulda thought, right???  lol  I created a decorative edge with a punch from my stash. It's hard to see, but its a spider web. 

I wanted to match the bag with some of the paper so I tool the Stars from the Lawn Fawn - Spooktacular set and inked it up in some Versamark Ink (my favorite for embossing) and used the Ranger Holographic Embossing Powder. 


Then I colored up the cute kitty from the Lawn Fawn - Spooktacular set a fun orange color to match the paper.  I added some twine, wink of stella and the companion sentiment to a hand cut banner, popped it up on foam dots and called it a day!!!  To adhere the bag topper to the bag I just used a regular ole stapler.  


Get your hands on the same supplies at the Butterfly Reflections Ink Online Shop!!!  Be sure to tell your friends!!!

Ranger Embossing Powder
Wink of Stella - Clear

See you next week!
~Danielle

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  1. Oh my goodness!! I LOVE this treat bag!!!! So adorable!! That vellum bag...and lawn fawn - love it!! Totally adorable! And love the tip about patterned paper being used for all occasions!

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