Tuesday, September 21, 2010


 Halloween is in 6 weeks and it's time to start making some crafts for my Grandchildren.  This trick or treat bag is so easy to do. You could precut the pieces and have your children/grandchildren make it with you.  I love the holidays and scrapbooking fast and be done projects!

I made this Trick or Treat bag starting with a premade white bag. I then cut the background pieces to cover the front of my bag. The ghost and pumpkin used is the BossKut design # 0498D – GhostPumpkin. You can adjust the sizes accordingly to the size of the bag you are using. Since this bag is for my granddaughter; I had to have a flower or glitz on it!

The Halloween flower is very easy to make using the thick Mulberry black paper. I cut the flowers on my Gazelle using the same settings as you would for light weight chipboard. Be sure to use a clean slightly sticky mat and just wash your mat in warm water after cutting. The flower pattern is the #0504d-large fifties flower which I use often for gift bags, layouts and cards. The pumpkin and flourish added are plastic stickers I added to the flower. Add a bow and some glitter and your done!


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