On page 126 of Stampin’ Up!’s Annual Catalog, you’ll find the 2023-2025 In Color Treat Bags. You get 25 bags for $10. They come in the colors of: Copper Clay, Wild Wheat, Boho Blue, Moody Mauve, and Pebbled Path.
I love their versatility: Decorate and embellish any way you want and fill with any variety of small gifts.
In Color Treat Bag Ideas
In today’s post and related video (Facebook Live replay), I offer several ideas for using these In Color Treat Bags in different ways.
The first photo at the top of this post shows a Moody Mauve bag accented with current Stampin’ Up! product that includes:
Circle Sayings Bundle
Moody Mauve and Bubble Bath Classic Stampin’ Ink Pads
Subtles 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper
Nested Essentials Dies
Stylish Shapes Dies
2023-2025 In Color Jute
In Color Dots
I created a variety of these bags as a gift for those attending a recent event. The bags hold three of Stampin’ Up!’s notecards and envelopes.
Give the bag a little fold, add a belly band, and you create a fun pouch. I added some Stampin’ Dimensionals for a little gift as well as a sweet treat in the bag below.
Some of the Stampin’ Up! products used, in addition to the treat bags, include:
Crafting with You Stamp Set
Countryside Corners Dies
Fresh Freesia and Orchid Oasis Classic Stampin’ Ink Pads
Orchid Oasis Baker’s Twine
Be sure to watch the video (a Facebook live) replay for measurements, etc.
How to Video
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Welcome to Team Stamp It’s June Blog Hop. This month, we feature handmade greeting cards and projects focusing on summer and the Fourth of July. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop. See the list of participants near the end of this post. Leave a comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest. You’ll be entered to win a Million Thanks Card Kit.
Peekaboo Treat Bags for the Fourth
I love treat bags! So, my project showcases one of Stampin’ Up!’s Peekaboo Treat Bags. These bags come in packages of 10 for $6. Find them on page 140 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2022-2023 Annual Catalog. You receive five white and five Kraft bags. The little see-through window makes it super fun to add themed treats. I filled mine with red, white, and blue taffy.
I had to be a little creative when putting these bags together. Here’s a list of what I used:
Black and White Designs 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper (available in the July-December 2022 Mini Catalog. Begin ordering from it July 1). I used the Blending Brushes to apply Night of Navy and Real Red ink to the DSP pieces.
Stars punched with the Starlit Punch (Annual Catalog) from the Real Red & White 6 x 6 Glimmer Paper (July-December 2022 Mini Catalog).
Sentiment from Peaceful Deer (Annual Catalog)
Double Oval Punch (Annual Catalog)
Real Red 3/8″ Ruffled Real Red Ribbon
These bags are super fun and super versatile. There are lots of ways to decorate. Fill them with everything from treats to gift cards.
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Stampin’ Up! Products Used to Create This Project
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Isn’t Stampin’ Up!’s Sweetest Cherries just the cutest? The stamp set and punch combo make it an affordable purchase, as well as easy and versatile to use. Purchase them as a bundle and save 10 percent. Find them on page 19 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2022-2023 Annual Catalog.
Today, I paired the bundle with Stampin’ Up!’s Peekaboo Treat Bags. Find these on page 140 of Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog. You receive 10 treat bags (five craft and five white) for $6.00. There are so many ways to dress these up. I’m just showing you one option. I added pieces of Designer Series Paper (pieces of Old Olive from the Regals 6 x 6 Paper Assortments). But you could stamp on them and add tags and die cuts.
I can see them work for special occasions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. But they would also work well as gift card holders and most especially sweet treats. I found a variety of fun, cherry flavored candies to put in these after decorating.
Be sure to watch the video to learn a fun technique using clear embossing powder. This technique gives the cherry a lifelike shine.
Sweetest Cherries Peekaboo Bag Video
I’ve used this bundle in a variety of projects this month. Click on the highlighted links below to see the blog posts, photos, and videos.
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I love to make and give treat packets! Especially those that include chocolate. Today, I’m showing you how to create an easy, peasy treat packet. Be sure to watch the video as I show samples and create one on camera.
Make Easy Treat Packets
Choose any Designer Series Paper or even card stock. So many choices makes this so much fun
Cut the card stock to 5 1/2-inches by just under 2 inches.
Treats for co-workers, bridge groups, bowling teams, Bible study groups, and more.
Make Easy Treat Packets Video
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When you purchase the Starter Kit, you become a part of a large family of paper crafters — like minded people who share the love of paper crafting. I’ve been privileged to be a part of this group for almost 11 years. I celebrate my 11-year anniversary at the end of the month. I am so blessed to have met so many people who support each other unconditionally. I’d love to have you join us!
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Since moving to Mesa, Arizona, three months ago, I’ve been attending a variety of networking meetings to meet new people and make new connections. I was introduced to this group about two months ago — O.N.E. Networking. It’s a fun group of business people and entrepreneurs who meet weekly to get to know each other, build relationships, and do business together when it makes sense.
I had an opportunity to present Tuesday. Instead of talking for 15 minutes, I brought a stamping project for eighteen! With help from two assistants (who are experienced stampers), we each created a treat packet with Stampin’ Up! inks, stamps, punches, and paper. And, I included chocolate!
It was such a fun morning! Everyone participated and were proud to create something handmade.
I am thankful to this group for their friendships and their willingness to try something new.
Happy Thanksgiving to all! Enjoy your time with family and friends!
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