ETA: I added the step-by-step instructions below.
Happy Fri-YAY, friends!!
I’m on my way to the airport as you all are reading this post! I’ll be picking up two of my crafting girlies for a fun (and hopefully sunny) girls’ weekend!! There will be lots of crafting, and drinking, and laughing, and drinking, and crafting!! Does that not sound like so much fun?!! So I hope you’ll forgive me for this drive-by post!! Popping in quickly to share a super fun and easy Halloween treat bag that I created using the new Pick N Mix Stamp Set from Avery Elle!
Cute, right?!! This project features the Pick N Mix Stamp Set, the coordinating Pick N Mix Elle-Ments, and the Scalloped Banner Elle-Ments, all from the Fall 2015 Release!
Here's how I created it:
- Using the Scalloped Banner Elle-Ments, die cut the scalloped banner panel from Mimosa Card Stock, and the pierced banner panel from white card stock.
- Trim strips of orange gingham and black and white polka dot pattern paper and adhere them to the white panel; trim off the excess with your scissors.
- Stamp the candy bag and candy corn images from the Pick N Mix Stamp Set using Tuxedo Black Ink onto white cardstock; die cut them using the Pick N Mix Elle-Ments.
- Color the candy bag and candy corn with Copic Markers.
- Stamp the sentiment from the Pick N Mix Stamp Set onto the white panel.
- Adhere the candy bag and candy corn to the white banner with foam squares.
- Wrap black and white baker's twine at the top of the white banner and tie into a bow. Adhere the white banner to the yellow banner with foam squares. Adhere the candy bag and loose candy corn to the white banner with foam squares.
- Fill the treat bag with goodies (I got the treat bags at a local party store, but I found some similar on Amazon HERE.) and fold over the top to loosely seal in the contents.
- Trim a strip of cute Halloween paper (I used a scrap from my scrap bin) and adhere it to the top of a small clothespin. Use the clothespin to attach the banner to the treat bag.
I’ve listed the products I used below.
Please click on through to the Avery Elle Design Blog to see even more amazing inspiration – I promise it’ll be worth your effort! I’ve got another post scheduled to go live tomorrow morning, so I hope you’ll stop in again to check it out!! Until then, thanks so much for sharing part of your day with me!!