Thursday, November 19, 2015

CottageCutz Focus Week-Holiday Treat Holders

 Hello every and welcome to a project for Focus Week at CottageCutz.  We are making Holiday Treat Holders for inspiration for the week.  This treat holder is fun, fast, and inexpensive.  It's made with a paper bag.  If you would like to see how to create this I have an explanation here.
 The paper bag is folded and stitched, then layered with paper and embellishments.  You can fill both pockets with candy, or just one pocket and make a fun tag for the other pocket.  All the treat holders have the North Pole Tag Topper and the Poinsettia & Holly die.  This treat bag uses the Merry Christmas Filigree Die.
 For this treat bag the CottageCutz Santa Giving Gifts die is the main focal point.  Don't you just love that Santa peeking out of the pocket.  He looks so super cute.  If you are thinking of making these the Santa's come from Walmart-3 for a dollar.
For this treat holder has the CottageCutz Santa with Tree die.  The designer paper used for these treat bags is Authentique named "Believe". 
Last but not least, this treat bag holder uses the Elf with Toys die.  All the dies were cut with cardstock and only distress inks were used to highlight them.  Thank you so much for joining me today and viewing these treat bag holders.  Just want to share a little inspiration to help you with your gift giving needs.  Until next time......Happy Crafting.  Here are the dies used.


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Darlene said...

OMG these are all so adorable Carol and so beautifully decorated! Happy Day and if I don't make it back here before ... Happy Thanksgiving to you & your family!


LOVE the darling treat bags! I think they make very cute gift. I always LOVE your paper craft treasures!

Marisa Job said...

These are adorable! Love them!

Hmonet said...

This is adorable. I am going to make this for my thanksgiving and Christmas table. I need to buy the North Pole stamp I love that stamp. Thank you for sharing.

Boopnut said...

All kinds of gorgeous cards!