There are still a couple of weeks left before Halloween so there is still time to create some fun treat bags for your favourite trick or treaters!
I die cut the two Goodie Bag pieces from some black card stock. Before assembling it, I stamped some stars using the teeny sold star stamp in the Spooktacular Stamp set with white pigment ink. I die cut a green hillside with the Stitched Hillside Die Borders and stamped the sentiment on it. Then I adhered it on the bottom of the front. Then I assembled the bag with my Advanced Tape Glider [ATG] . It is really easy once you’ve seen Kelly Marie Alvarez, the owner of Lawn Fawn Stamp company, do it here.
I painted a smaller clothespin with some white acrylic paint and let it dry. Then I tied a couple of bows with the Spooky Single Cord and adhered them to the dry clothespin. I adhered the ghost over top and clipped the completed element on the top of the bag to close it. The Goodie Bag die is the perfect size for a couple of fun sized treats.
I used the following Lawn Fawn items from the Scrapbook’s by Design Store:
I hope you try your own fun Halloween scene using Lawn Fawn’s Goodie Bag die!