Saturday, October 23, 2010

Super Saturday: Super Simple Treat Bags

Don't you just love that your rubber stamping and scrapbooking supplies are great for creating what you need for the young and young-at-heart?! The new Waffle Paper from Stampin' Up! helped me to do just that with these treat bags for my niece and nephew for Halloween.

These are SUPER simple!
  • I unrolled my black Waffle Paper and cut six inches off the roll.
  • I folded it in half and used my SNAIL adhesive to adhere the one side and the bottom. (The other side was the fold.)
  • I cut a decorative rick rack strip for the bottom using my Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die and adhered it to the bottom with SNAIL.
  • I stamped images from Batty for You and punched with a 1 3/8" circle punch and Old Olive Scallop Circles for the backing...attached with SNAIL.
  • Dropped some candy in the little bags and tied with ribbon and black string.
  • Finished!
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Stamps: Batty for You-116576
Paper: Waffle Paper Assortment 2- 120985, Whisper White-100730 and Old Olive-100072 card stock
Ink: Basic Black-100082, Old Olive-100079 and Pumpkin Pie -105115 Stampin' Write Markers
Accessories: Punches- 1 3/4 "Scallop Circle-119854, 1 3/8" Circle-119860, Tasteful Trim Bigz XL Die-120893, Big Shot-113439, Old Olive Satin Ribbon-117292, black string


Anthonette said...

Cute treat bags, Lisa! I hadn't noticed the waffle paper before.

Lisa Brown said...

Thanks, Anthonette! Love this stuff! so flexible and user friendly :). We have it in gold and silver, too!