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Christmas treat bags for Day 4

Cenital view of personalized treat bags for My Favorite Things.

Hello again! The MFT September Release Countdown continues and I’m back with some cute Christmas treat bags for Day 4.

I thought they would be perfect for showcasing the awesome new Personalized Tags Die-namics dies… So I grabbed the Paper Bag Treat Box Die-namics, my Scor-Tape and some card stock (Electric Red, Natural and Primitive White) and went to work…

Personalized Christmas treat bags for MFT.

After I was done assembling the treat bags, I started decorating them in different ways…

I stamped the first one with the two snowflakes from the Joyous Holidays set (showcased tomorrow) and Kraft Premium Dye Ink. It would have been easier to do before assembling it, but I managed by inserting a deck of cards in the bag.

Close up of one of the Christmas treat bags.

I also die cut my daughter’s name with the Personalized Tags Die-namics out of Gold Sparkle and Smooth White card stock. I stacked them with some matte glue to make them sturdy and reusable. Finally I threaded them with some rustic jute string and wrapped the around my bag.

Personalized Christmas treat bag in red and white.

I treated the die cut letters for the second bag in the same way. In hindsight… they would have looked even better in some patterned paper.  Lastly, I  decorated the treat bag with one of the snowmen from the adorable BB Present Time stamp set.

Red and kraft treat bag for My Favorite Things.

For the third bag I didn’t use any stamps at all. I die cut one of the birds from the Holly Jolly Cardinals Die-namics set in two tones of red card stock. Then I drew a little black stain around its eye to make it look more like a real cardinal. I also added Glossy Accents to its eye and beak.

Close up of Christmas treat bag.

It looked too simple without a background, so I added some white dots with a gel pen and a snow slope, die cut with one of the dies from the Outside the Box Snow Drifts Die-namics.

Christmas treat bags in red, kraft and white.

I hope you liked my project for today. Have you already visited the MFT Blog for more info about the release and more inspiration from the DT? By the way, HERE’s another gift bag, featuring a PI stamp. See you tomorrow! ^_^

List of MFT supplies used for Christmas treat bags

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Comments (18)

  • April Davis 3 weeks ago Reply

    Love the fun packaging! Thanks for sharing your talent.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you, for stopping by and leaving a comment, April! 🙂

  • Tonna R Zablah 3 weeks ago Reply

    I can’t wait to add this idea to my Christmas packages

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Yay, thanks Tonna! 🙂

  • Sandy Henry 3 weeks ago Reply

    I like your packages, I especially like the expressive snowman.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you! Yes, Birdie Brown’s snowmen set is awesome! 🙂

  • Diane Hover 3 weeks ago Reply

    Adorably cute gift bags and tags!

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you, Diane! 🙂

  • Anne Sturgeon 3 weeks ago Reply

    Treat bags are always essential at the holiday times. Love all of the colors and that alpha tag treatment really makes them special.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you very much, Anne! 🙂

  • SueB 3 weeks ago Reply

    What a treat! Who could refuse such a cute & thoughtful treat? Love your colors.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Aaaw, thanks! I love the red+kraf+white combo! 🙂

  • Karen Reeves 3 weeks ago Reply

    This is such a great way to package presents.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thanks, Karen! I love these new alphabet dies. 🙂

  • cat 3 weeks ago Reply

    What fun and fabulous bags you’ve created. They are sure to delight.

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you! 🙂

  • Lynn Hill 3 weeks ago Reply

    I love the new tag die-namics and I love the way you used the treat box/bag die to create your blog. I can’t wait until this release goes live!!!

    Laura Dovalo 3 weeks ago Reply

    Thank you! It is really useful for personalizing gifts. 🙂

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