One of my all time most popular YouTube videos is the treat bag below. I made these in 2015 and you can find the original post here. Shelli Gardner, the cofounder of  Stampin’ Up! had demonstrated a similar project. I CASE’d it, copied it, but made it my own.

Since that time, most of the products I used have retired. I decided to make an updated version of this project… but I didn’t have much in the way of current Halloween themed products. The Gusseted Bags we carry now are smaller and I didn’t have any of them anyway. But my good friend Jeanne gave me a bag and some of spider web pieces cut with the Black Foil Sheets and the die from the Cauldron Framelits. The entire Toil & Trouble Suite of products would be great for this treat bag and the Spooky Sweets Bundle would be great as well. The paper I used instead was Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper, a Christmas themed design but I altered the color. I’m pleased with my new version.

Halloween is almost here, but you can still make this project. The only essential element of this project is the Gusseted Cellophane Bags. Use a different Designer Series Paper, altering the color as I did. Use ink to make a doily black instead of the spider webs. Or make it for another holiday or event. I’d love to see photos of your version!

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Here is Caroline’s take on the treat bag. She made them for her grandson’s class. Nice job!

 

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I totally loved all the new Halloween products in the Holiday Catalog, but sorry to say, I just can’t buy it all. So I decided to make this Halloween Treat Bag with a stamp set that’s been around for at least 14 years, Lovely as a Tree, and Itty Bitty Greetings which has a greeting for just about everything you might want. Then I added a punch or two and a couple of new embellishments.

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The Holiday 2018 Catalog is now live. If you have shopped with me in the past year and did not receive one, please email me so I can get one in the mail to you. If you have not shopped with me, you live in the U.S., and you need a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, you can email me and send me your address as well. Request an annual catalog – Pay $5 for shipping and receive $5 credit toward your first order. I’d love to be your demonstrator!

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I filled my wood crate with birthday candles, candy, and red balloons, but a gift card might fit too. To be honest, I have several little wood crates on my desk holding my paper sampler, little sticky notes, and other odds and ends. I think they’re very cute! They just take a half sheet of card stock.

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Here’s a quick and easy gift idea. You can hang it on the tree as a decoration. I think the Always Artichoke goes really well with cash, but a check would work too. Of course you could fill it with candy or perhaps jewelry.

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Today, November 30th, 2017, is the last day to get your name in the drawing for the Merry Patterns stamp set. For every $50 of merchandise you order, I will add a ticket into the box. (U.S. only) I will be drawing the lucky name tomorrow, December 1st. I’ll let the lucky winner know immediately and send it on the ways. Good luck to you!!!

Make these cute treat tubes with Spooky Cat and the Cat Punch from Stampin’ Up!  You will want to howl at the moon with either the cat or the owl. Fill the food-safe tubes with small candy or even little gifts.

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This is a quick gift that would look lovely on your Easter table or just a little treat gift. I used the That’s the Tag bundle. That’s the Tag has greetings for weddings, Mother’s Day, new babies, birthday, congratulations, thinking of you, and thanks. But I wanted it for Easter, so I used Teeny Tiny Wishes. That set has a greeting for just about everything!

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