I have been so excited to bring you these Mini Treat Bags as I have been saving up to buy the Thinlit Dies (137547) for some time now. You can cut these treat bags out using any of Stampin’ Up’s Designer Series Papers and of course you will need the Big Shot (113439) to do that.
I have used the Everyday Chic (138445) Designer Papers to cut mine out in the video, but as you can see from my photo above you can use ANY of Stampin’ Up’s Designer Series Papers. The ones shown above are also from Stampin’ Up – Painted Blooms, Wildflower Fields and Perfectly Artistic Designer Series Papers. ALL of THEM will look just as fabulous! You can get two bags from one sheet of 12 x 12″ Designer Series Papers. As ALL of these Designer Papers are such good quality your bags will hold any treats you want to place into them.
There are TWELVE dies included in the Mini Treat Bag Thinlit Dies so you will never run out of different ideas to make your treat bags look great! I am totally addicted to these dies and cannot stop making them. As you can see I have used some of the other little dies included to embellish the top of my bags. Don’t you think that they are just fabulous? I love them.
These treat bags can be used for any occasion all year round so you will never run out of ways to use them. They make up into really thick little bags and will hold any treats for children or adults alike.
Check out my video to see how to make them.
Stampin’ Up Demonstrator
Stampin’ Up products used and showcased:
Everyday Chic Designer Series Paper cut at 6″ x 12″ (15.2 x 30.5 cm)
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