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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Sweets to Share


Hello and a very happy 1-11-11 to you all!  It's Diane again - back to show you how to make a sweet little treat today.  Thanks for all of the comments yesterday - I hope you can all find the fuzzy contact paper!  At the end of this post I have tried to answer the questions from yesterday's comments - let me know if I missed yours.

Today I have some treat bags to share.  These are nice for friends, classmates and co-workers when you want to give  "just a little something."  There are lots of different ways to make treat bags and I'll be posting more on my blog, Capadia Designs, as we get closer to Valentine's Day.

I thought I would show you how to design one of these bags to get your own custom look for your treats.  I will give directions for the project I did which you can easily work from to make your own bags and toppers from different elements.


I started with the Hershey Nuggets mini candy bars.  These are a cute size and can easily be wrapped with decorative paper to make them look more special.  Just cut strips of paper at one by three inches.


 Add some adhesive to the back of the paper on one side.


Center the candy on the strip and wrap the paper around it tightly.



You can bend the paper to work it into the shape needed for the candy bar and then adhere the ends of the strip.


The candy looks so much cuter once it is wrapped!  These papers are from the K & Company Brenda Walton "Sweet Talk" Specialty Paper Pad.


I designed the bag topper using the Reminisce Accents Cricut Cartridge.  This cartridge has a lot of nice borders that you can work with to make a bag topper. The border I used has a heart design.  The topper and heart layers are cut from the same  K and Company paper that I used to wrap the candy bars.  This paper works extremely well in the Cricut and I cut this intricate design with blade depth at 6, high pressure and multi-cut turned off.


I folded the topper in half - it is a little tricky to find the center to score the fold but the paper is medium weight and will fold nicely enough without a score.


I use Creative Memories Precision Point Adhesive for this type of cut.  I let it dry to clear and then I have better luck with repositioning the layer if it is a bit off center.


Here is the topper with the layer added.  I wanted to close this treat bag with a ribbon so I needed to punch a couple of holes.


I created a punch guide to make it easier to align the holes and to duplicate the holder many times for a group.


I centered the topper on the zipper bag with the candy inside and held it in place with the binder clip.


After the holes are punched, fold back the guide but keep the clip in place to be sure the bag and topper don't slide around.


Once the ribbon is inserted you can take off the clip to tie the bow.  I used a piece of ribbon about 12 inches long.


Here is the little treat ready to be given away.  The candy wrappers and topper coordinate perfectly.


I also made another style of treat bag which holds the same amount of candy.


For this bag I embossed a piece of cardstock just smaller than the plastic ziplock bag.  For this type of bag, which measure 3 x 4 inches, I cut a piece of cardstock at 2 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches.


The Heart Blocks folder is one of the older Cuttlebug folders and perfect for Valentine's projects.


I folded the topper and added some adhesive from my ATG gun.


Once one side is placed, the other side will just fold down neatly.  The drawback to this type of closure is that you will probably destroy it when you open the bag.


Here is a view from the back.


The stamp I used on the second treat bag is a dollar stamp from Michael's current bins.


I have some screen shots along with step by step directions on how to make this topper on my blog at THIS POST.  The same general principles apply to any design or cartridge that you choose to use.


Here is another type of candy holder - directions and the file for this holder can be found at THIS POST on my blog.

Answers to a few more questions and comments from yesterday's posts...

You do not need the deep cut blade to cut vinyl or contact paper.  I cut the fuzzy contact paper with a regular blade.

We have a fabulous old style five and dime (5 & 10) in West Concord.  They have pretty much anything you need and if they don't have it in the store they will get it in a day or two.  I will try to find out more information about the contact paper I bought there so I can give better information for those of you who are looking to find some for your projects.

I think the contact paper I used might be meant to be applied to the bottom of bookends and vases to keep them from scratching table tops  - I was surprised that it is red since that sort of adhesive paper is usually green.

The "Conversation" Cuttlebug folder I used was part of a bundle of six folders I got last year from HSN - I checked and found it on the Cricut.com site HERE, Creative Express HERE, Custom Crops HERE, and many others.


I checked today and the Wedding cartridge is available on the Cricut.com site - here is a LINK to the page.  I also found it on the Oh My Crafts site HERE, Custom Crops HERE, Creative Express HERE, Hallmark Scrapbook HERE, and many others when I searched online.  I think it must be "discontinued" but not gone yet!

A "card guideline" is simply a rectangle sized at the size of your card that you can use to plan the sizing and placement of your design elements.  You can do this even if you only have the trial version of Design Studio and you will save a lot of time and paper.  I'll be posting a video in the next day or so which will take you through the process step by step. Be sure to check back to my blog to see when it is posted.  You can also subscribe or follow so you won't miss a post.

One more note - The Reminisce Accents cartridge is sold exclusively through independent Creative Memories consultants.  I am a consultant and, if you do not have a local consultant, I would be happy to help you.  Here is a LINK to the page on my personal website where you will find the Cricut cartridges (Reminisce Accents and Cheerful Seasons).  You can order from the website and have your items delivered directly to you anywhere in the US.

We are expecting a storm - lots more crafting time (as long as the power stays on)!

Diane

Be sure and check out Joy's and Melanie's personal blogs for more creative goodness at Obsessed with Scrapbooking and Courtney Lane Designs! Have a great day!
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Donna said...

Thanks for all the great ideas!

Craftyanny said...

Great idea to use the cuttlebug folder to make a backing for the little bags.
Thanks for the inspiration
Anne x

All about our little family..... said...

Thank you for the inspiration - hard to believe that it is almost Valentine's Day already!

Debi
www.itsybitsytidbits.com

Melissa said...

Cute bags and great ideas! TFS

Sharon Aubuchon said...

I was wondering abour the fuzzy contact paper. My local Wal-Mart does not carry it. I will continue to look for it, I love the look of it on the card! Thanks for the idea!

Short Scrapper said...

What fun ideas! You've gotten my brain working at an unnatural time of the morning!!! lol

Shelley said...

You are alway so clever in everthing you do, this one is just so cute I love it...
www.shelleysland.blogspot.com

Jolanda said...

what a fantastic idea - such good tips too - I hadn't thought of how to weld a border and a square before! I'm going to try it now
Thanks :)

adisaac said...

Great idea, I really like how the paper inside of the treat bag is embossed.

Brigitte said...

Wow, I would love to receive these!!! You make the treats look even more delicious!
brigitteetleschats at hotmail dot com

Khristen said...

Adorable! I love these, will have to give it a go! TFS!

craftymom205 said...

Great idea. Love the bag toppers.

The Scrapping Seahorse said...

I just love these treat bags, they are so cute!

K-E Kreations said...

Beautiful treat bags! I love all the little tips you gave us.

Laney said...

Just darling thanks for sharing.

Wendy Raffin said...

Diane these are too cute! Love the look, and what a great idea for school party treat bags. You could get everything at the dollar store...hmmmm. Think I am going to be busy for a while!

Craftyhomemade said...

Super elegant. I love it.

Indira

Kim VanSheppy said...

Super Cute...I hope I have time to try these out. I also hope I can convince my kids that these are better than the store bought valentines :)

Josie0602 said...

I love these bags but then I always love your creations!

Olga said...

I just got my Cricut Expression this past Friday, Jan. 7th, there is so much to learn and then make! A friend sent me your site and said you was the one to watch! So I am now following you!!! Oh yeah,I recently got a Gyspy too so look out world LOL

Kellie L said...

I love the candy wrappers!! I am going to do this treat bag for my SS here at work. Thanks for the Great idea!!!!

Jennifer said...

These are so cute, Diane! And yet another cartridge to add to my wish list!!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creativity with us.

jlhudson2 at cox dot net

LEEANN said...

I love the candy bag toppers. Very cute cut Diane. Wish I had the cartridge so I could scraplift your idea.

Scrappymama Elaine said...

great project! tfs!

Cindylu2u said...

Fabulous treat bags, you do an awesome job on the how to's!! Thanks

SpantastiKreations said...

Adorable. They look great.

TFS,
Erin
spantastikreations@yahoo.com

Jeannene said...

This is my favorite of all time!!!!! Thanks! The grandkids will love these bags!

Cathy H. said...

Thank You!!! These ideas are wonderful. I think I'll the Hershey candies to my grandsons!

alwayscharlie said...

What a cute little 'thinking of you gift'! I think I'll try to make some for a few neighbors and friends!

Nancy said...

What great ideas you are awesome girl.

Country Twinkle said...

Thanks for sharing your ideas with us.

Julia said...

What a great project. Love your ideas!

Jamie said...

OH my gosh, this is fabulous!! I have seen this done so many times but you took it to a new level!!

GiGi said...

THESE ARE SO COOL! I am totally going to scrap lift these! And thanks so much for all the links!

spelsue said...

so simple yet so elegant! Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to make some candy toppers.

kyscrapper said...

Great ideas! TFS them with us.

Debbi said...

Oh wow! Your projects are awesome. TFS.
*smiles*
debbi

Bonita said...

Very cute toppers. Thanks for sharing your creativity, Diane.

Scrappy Chic said...

Love these. Now just waiting on my little girl to be school age so I can make them for her to give to classmates....my son will think they are too girly and refuse to take them. LOL.

TheLastOfNine said...

Those are great treat bags ans love that they canbe applied to any season. Thank you so much for the great tips.
Gloria H

Maureen Reiss said...

Your treat bags are soooo sweet! Love the toppers!

Tami B. said...

These are so cute! I wish Cricut had been around "back in the day" when I was always a room mom. I would have been making cute little treats like this all the time.

Sandra said...

what fun! perfect for those Valentine treats!
Sandra ltb

Debra said...

Love the elegant candy bags. You've left no detail unanswered!

gmaJ said...

Such cute bag toppers!! You have such good ideas, thanks so much for sharing them with us!

Miranda said...

These are so super cute! Can't wait to make some with my grandson for his class. TFS

sleeplesswonder said...

What cute bags, thanks for sharing the step by step of them.
mkds312@hotmailcom

Sassy's Ramblin's said...

Super cute toppers! I think I will make some for my granddaughters birthday party! Thanks for sharing the info!

Rae-beccadesigns said...

I just love the bags!

Crystal said...

Adorable... I love making treat bags for all the kiddies!!

Rebecca's Card Hobby said...

Thanks for sharing this project. Love how you used the cuttlebug folder for the back of the bags.

janine_jepsen said...

I'm so impressed by the details you give us and that you took the time to answer everyone's questions. That is very cool!!
As for today's post~WOW! So simple but the final effect is darling. We have a snow day today too (but I have two young boys). Not sure how much I'll get done :)
Janine
janine_jepsen@hotmail.com

DebJoAl said...

Treat bags are so cute!
Look forward everyday this week to see what Diane has for us!

Patty said...

Found my Valentine's Day gifts! Thanks so much.

Megan H. said...

Wow, thanks for all the directions. You are a great teacher. Thanks for sharing.
Megan H.
mhcards at embarqmail dot com

mekei said...

first of all, these are gorgeous. wow, imagine giving or getting those! second of all, thanks for the ton of info.

Kelly said...

What wonderful ideas! These will definitely come in handy! TFS

Deanna said...

Wow, love your treat bags and the candy bars look great covered with the paper. I will have to make some of these. Thanks for the great instructions.

Carol Stewart said...

Great tips can't wait to try it.
Thanks
Carol Stewart

Sue S. said...

So cute! Love these little treat bags! These would be great for my son's preschool class! TFS!

sueot33@yahoo.com

StefanieH said...

WOW these are great, thanks for sharing.

IRW Dana said...

The candy bags are so sweet. LOVE them! Thanks for the inspiration. papermemories4u(at)yahoo(dot)com

Linda said...

Very cute gifts. I may make one for my GS. Love all you ideas
LInda A

The Cropping Canuck said...

Lots of inspiration. Thank you!

bpryor said...

This is my favorite idea this year!!! I can't wait to do this for my co-workers and for my children's school. I was wondering what the cuttlebug was for and now for sure I gotta have one of them too. Thanks so much for sharing

NanetteMT said...

Once again, great directions and such cute bags. I want to make them even thought I don't really know who to give them to.

Laura said...

These are super cute! I think this might work really well for daughter's upcoming birthday party.

Anonymous said...

very, very cute. can't wait to make them...thanks for the directions

colleen
glyndi4don@sbcglobal.net

Lara said...

You did such a nice job! Thanks so much for the precise instructions- very helpful

Rita Winmill said...

Can I be your valentine? How cute to get these bags for valentines day. For sure going to try these with one of my cartridges. Thank you for always thinking about new ways to use our DS!

Beverly K said...

Those treat bags are the cutest! Thanks for all the helpful tips!

AprilsL8 said...

Great treat bags! Thanks for the ideas!

Anonymous said...

I love the bag toppers. It looks so easy but elegant.
marilyn2222 @ hotmail.com

Jess Arnold said...

Very cute - i'm always looking for a good gift wrap idea, and the topper/ziploc is a good place to start with all kinds of designs!

Kath said...

Darling - am getting some GREAT ideas for granddaughter's MDO class!

Em'smom said...

What great ideas! I dont know which i like better!!! thanks for the wonderful inspiration!
Lori

Beebeebabs said...

Such a great idea thanks for sharing!!

LAscrapper said...

I'm running out to target this afternoon to get some of those lil nuggets to start my v-day project. Thx for the inspiration, here I thought it was going to be too hard to do something special for my mommy & me class instructor.

cdaily28 said...

Love these treat bags they look so simple which is great when there is a whole class to make them for!

Nana Donna said...

Very cute I love them.

sucor said...

These are so cute! Thanks for sharing your great ideas and helpful tips!

candkleo said...

My goodness, what wonderful detailed directions and beautiful projects! Thanks so much! :) Kelly ckellyleo@gmail.com

Just Me said...

I like your candy bags. I am going to make them for my grandson's class. Thanx for sharing

Rebecca said...

Love them! I think I'll actually makes these. Thanks. rferguson07@gmail.com

TropicalWon said...

Thanks for the super cute idea and the step by step details!!! Keep inspiring us!!
Amanda

Amanda.peterman at gmail dot com

Kristina said...

You are so creative! Thanks for the wonderful ideas. And thank you for taking the time to answer our questions.

Aimee said...

Very pretty! I've been gathering ideas for treat bags for my son to take to school.

Keira said...

Those treat bags are adorable. Yet another reason a cuttlebug is becoming more of a NEED and less of a want lol.

Luv 2 Create said...

Great treat bags Diane. Love them both.
Marcie

Court said...

Fabulous Capadia! Thanks for the tutorial!

Karen Wilson said...

Wow! What a great and VERY informative post! Thank you so much and LOVE this project!

Mollie said...

These are great! I just started working on my toppers for Valentine's Day, but wasn't sure how I would finish them up. This gave me some great ideas. Thank you!!!

Laurieinaz said...

Cute.

Just A Pac Rat said...

Very nice treat bags! Thanks for sharing!

circlebenterprises.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Great ideas for just a little something.

Roxanna
bswinch@aol dot com

Cheri said...

Thank you for the great idea!

debbie susee said...

Love that swirly heart border!

The Antonich's said...

These posts are really showing me how great it could be to have a Cuttlebug! I had never really considered one before now. I love your projects and creativity!

Luv Scrapping Together said...

Love all the treat bags, Dianne! It just makes little things more special.

lisa said...

Great idea! And versatile - this idea can be used for any holiday!
lbwink

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Kraftychick said...

Great ideas - the candy looks fantastic with it's little cover! I could use this idea for our next scrapbooking retreat in March! TFS!

jackie

ckeller219 said...

Just what I was looking for. This will be perfect for my church ladies. Thanks again.

LisaRosan said...

I have no more room in my head for all these ideas ~ I think it's goign to EXPLODE!!

floridagirl said...

I am a new follower and a New Cricut owner...I will definitely be checking out your blog more often for tips and inspiration!!

Denise G said...

Those little treat bags are so cute. I love them, so fancy.

motherloves3 said...

Great ideas, thanks for sharing

Karen said...

I am going to have to try out the candy bags for my daughters class at school. I had my computer fixed and they had to clear off everything and now I cannot get my DS to load on it keeps telling me its on a different computer, do you know how to fix this without the long phone wait of calling??? Thanks & have a great crafting day!!!
Karen dkolopez@msn.com

Denise said...

These ideas are awesome! I would totally buy these in a store, they look that professional. Thank you for all the wonderful gift ideas. They are my favorite posts :)

judybob3 said...

Really really cute!

KTbirdiegirl said...

Wonderful projects! The recipient will certainly feel special! I had a thought, you could cut the letters L - O - V - E and adhere them to the individual candies and arrange them in the block fashion. I think I've seen postage stamps designed that way. TFS.
Kathryn

joni said...

Very cute! Thanks so much for the step by step! I'm looking forward to the video!!! TFS!
hugs,
joni

JenBenLola said...

So cute... Love the paper on the candies... Gives them a great touch. :) JenBrierley2 at gmail dot com

silly_girl_823 said...

I really like the idea for the nuggets, and love how you slipped a piece of embossed paper in there!

Amy V

silly_girl_823 @ hotmail dot com

CARDS by SUSAN said...

AWESOME! That is all I have to say!
Thanks for sharing
Susan

Laurie's Sunny Studio said...

What a SWEET TREAT! Cute idea.

Mary Ellen said...

This is such a great idea! Co-workers and kids alike would like to receive on of these treat bags. The wrapping of the candy really makes a difference. Thank You!

Roenick said...

Oh how I hope we get snow, so I can stay home and craft!! You have given great ideas the past two days.
Thank you.

4kids4 said...

Those treats DO look so much better with a bit of pretty paper, don't they!!?? LOVE your toppers...so pretty! We appreciate all your help and info!

~Sharon C.
sconn0925 at yahoo dot com

Angie said...

Diane, you are amazing! I love these and thank you for answering the questions from yesterday!

Carolee said...

Another fantastic Capadia design. Love all your work and I have leanred enormous amounts of tips from your details. Thanks so much for all the effort you put into your posts.

debpaint16 said...

I love these toppers!! You shared such good ideas & thanks for all the links, lots to check out!!
debpaint16@aol.com

TeresaK said...

These are so cute! Love seeing all your projects! Thanks for your inspiration!

Kelly Massman said...

Great idea!

Scrapper69 said...

These are adorable Diane! I LOVE the second baggie idea with the card stock inside the bag.... CUTE! :o)

GreenScrap said...

That project is too cute!! I love every detail!! SO beautiful!! TFS!!
Take Care!!
Jennie @ http://earthyscrap.blogspot.com/

Jingle said...

These are so adorable! I love them!

ScrappyMama said...

First of all, super-cute treat bags & you really make it seem easy to do with your step by step instructions & your pics of each step. Secondly, Thank You so much for taking all that time to answer the most FAQ regarding yesterday's project AND for providing all those links so everyone has choices...You're the BEST!!! I'm already a follower of your blog but I don't get notified when there's a new post so I'm gonna have to see if maybe I didn't opt for that when I joined...Thanks, again!!

Kate said...

What a super idea for Valentine treats! Thanks for the clear instructions with photos too!

Rachelle said...

Great Ideas, I love the treat bags, I used to make something similar for Valentines day.

Crafty Sue said...

Wow, that is just too cute! And the paper really makes it. I will definitely have to make these. And, remember, they would also make great wedding favors!

Angela said...

Cute treats and thanks for answering our questions.

Alyssa M. said...

Love the candy bags! Great idea! Thanks for the info on the wedding cartridge!

Anonymous said...

Very unique....your ideas are so unusual....thanks so much for sharing I must say you are so talented and how lucky your family circle and friends are to be receipients of your treasured talent.


Joan Smith

Kimberli said...

Thanks for the tutorials - I have 2 little boys that will be in school sooner rather then later, so these goodie bag ideas will come in very handy!

emds698 said...

wow what a pretty treat bag, my daugther is 12yr but still likes to give a few treats out to her bff, any thanks for the pretty project keep them coming.

hildedewilde said...

wow this a great idee! thanks for sharring it!
greetz, hilde from holland

Carrie K said...

These are so cute! I will have to look for the nuggets at the grocery store today!

SherriC. said...

This is sooo cute, great way to give away a little sweet treat....TFS!!!!!

Wendy said...

Diane, you are just so clever! Love the Valentines treat bags - thanks for the instructions to make them.

Wendy T.

Amy's Creations said...

Oh this is a wonderful gift for the people I work with. Thanks for the idea. Great job.

Kel said...

awesome candy bags.. Now I want chocolate.. LOL. I love the swirl at top of bag.. i'm going to have to track that cart. down now. Have a good one1

Donna said...

I love the ideas you have shared with us today! These would work great for the little one to take to school, for us older ones to share with co workers! Thank you so much!
Blessings, Donna
grandma4five

Cristi said...

Your project is just adorable!!! Thank you so much for such a great post.
HUGS

08216400 said...

what a great idea for my sons daycare class, those little nuggets are the perfct lil treat!

Kerie said...

I love these... thank you!! I would never have thought to use the cuttlebug folder for the backing in the clear bags - thanks for the great idea.

LyndaKay said...

What could be sweeter than a sweet treat bag? And these are adorable!!

VinDeeLoo said...

Cute ideas. These would make wonderful treats for a classroom.

VinDeeLoo
vndlewis at rocketmail dot com

ShoppingTamii said...

fun projects!!!!!!!

Glora said...

These are SO professional looking. I love everything about them!

Vanessa said...

Love them! Thanks for the helpful info!

JenE said...

What a great treat bag! Wonderful gift...tfs!!

Lady_of_Mason_Manor said...

Adorable! I think I'm gonna make some of these for my daughter for Valentine's Day! TYFS!

McVic said...

thoes are so cute! love the idea of the paper in the bag.
kacee
mcvicwif@yahoo.com

CathyinMN said...

Diane, your treat bags are so pretty! TFS!

Sharon said...

Awesome ideas! Love the bag toppers!!!! :)

krissy said...

Great ideas! ALways looking for more ideas with my cricut...and LOVE candy so great combinations!

Laura said...

Those are really cute! Thank you for the great ideas.

The Crafty Aunt! said...

That is super cute! I want to use that idea for my nephew's teachers!!!

Brandi said...

Great Project! Can't wait to try it.

kim.mom said...

BEAUTIFUL!!! What nice gifts!!!

AJoy said...

Thanks for all the information! Looking forward to tomorrow.

April
nginerd at gmail dot com

annamay said...

Such cute Valentine's day ideas. I cannot wait to start creating!

Amy said...

Adorable! Love these treat bags!

mississchic said...

Pretty. mississchic @ yahoo dotcom

Sarah said...

This is so cute! I'm new to your blog, and I'm so excited to see more!!! :)

Danielle Phillips said...

Great idea! I may have to do something similar for a spouses dinner I am hosting :)

dannimae6@yahoo.com

annick said...

wauw, verry, verry nice. I want that you are my valentine this year with so nice and so cute! I love it. Thanks

annick said...

super! i want that you are my valentine this years. so nice and cute this bags. Thanks for your ideas

annick said...

Super, verry nice. I wish you are my valentine this years. It most be verry nice to gave this pressent for valentine. I love it

crafty panda said...

What a "sweet" idea! :)
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craftypanda@embarqmail.com

Liz said...

Diane, these are fantastic, definately pretty enough for co-workers, treat bags arenn't just for kids anymore!

Sarah said...

Soooo pretty! I love the idea of making a pretty backing for the little bags. What a great idea.

Jemmett Clan said...

Super cute idea!! I have already thought of tons of people I could make them for!!

Windy said...

What a great idea! Thanks for all the details.

mommanj said...

Great treat bags! TFS and all the helpful tips. Love following your blog!

Jean said...

Such great ideas. Perfect for V day.

Theresa said...

fantastic projects!

Dawn said...

Yumm! Great idea

~Dawn
http://latenightscraper.blogspot.com/

Linda said...

Great Valentines Day project,TFS.
lindamcintosh at verizon dot net

Barbara said...

Diane, these are just adorable! I bet they would take quite some time to do for a larger class. How lucky the children would be to receive such a thoughtful, beautiful treat!

ellen s. said...

oh how cute! yummy and adorable :)

Kristie Maynard said...

Love these little treats! TFS!

LaLa said...

SOOO cute! Thanks for all the ideas. I'll be workin in a day care center soon and thats an awesome idea for lil treats!

~Lauren

Stephanie said...

These are super cute! What a great way to dress up some candies for Valentine's Day! Thanks for the awesome ideas!
Hugs,
Stephanie

The Scrapbook Speedway said...

those are so sweet!!! thank you so much for the detailed step by step! aweseom!

Kerri Marie said...

This is such a cute idea!

JANLYNN said...

Great treat bag ideas. I love the embossed card for the back of the bag. These darling bags make the sweets even sweeter.

Anonymous said...

Very, very cute!

Susan said...

Darling project - thank you for all of the details!

Shelly said...

Wow,super cute idea!

Alisa said...

What a great idea for teacher gifts for Valentine's Day! I may even size this down to pass out to all of my children's classmates.

jamme said...

Holy cow you went to a lot of work for todays project. Great job. Was the bag a sandwich bag size or the smaller snack size?
Any Idea what other cartridges that would work for the topper since I don't have the one you mentioned? Love love love your valentine ideas.

Lynn said...

such great projects. luv them all! Gives me some great ideas for Valentine's Day.

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cardchick said...

Fabulous Treat bags...I gonna give the heart one a try...tfs
off to check out your blog..even I I subscribe to it already...luv read and reread it... :)
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sleigh said...

Luv all your valentine treat bag ideas! TFS :)

Victoria said...

Great treat bag. TFS!

Cricut Lass said...

I have made the little Hershey wraps but your topper is a lot fancier than mine. The Cuttlebug background is a swell idea and I happen to own that one. Thanks for all the great ideas and I still have time to make them

CraftyTipster said...

BEAUTIFUL! Thank you so much for the step by step instructions, it is a TREMENDOUS help!! I love the personal touch of wrapping the candy.. absolutely ADORABLE!! TFS!

Tinatealy said...

what an adorable treat idea

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