This sweet little treat bag is the last of our creations from the big stampin' party we held in Orlando while attending the Stampin' Up! Leadership Conference. Since the event was two weeks before Valentine's Day, this treat bag is dressed up appropriately. So why show you now that it's almost March?
Because I can! Ha, ha. Just kidding. Because I know that 1) stampers save ideas they like for future reference (I know this because people are still pinning and repinning some of my Christmas projects!), and 2) because with barely any changes this treat bag could be used for a birthday, anniversary, or Easter. And I know y'all are searching for Easter ideas. (Note to self: hurry up with the Easter projects.)
This simple mini treat bag is created with the new Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies (squee). I've talked about this set of dies before, but it's such a great value. In addition to the treat bag itself, there are TEN additional dies that can be used on oodles of other projects.
- The patterned paper used for this bag is the Irresistibly Yours Specialty Designer Series Paper - one of the exclusive (and free!) Sale-a-bration products available through March 31. Just sponge or brayer ink onto the paper and the glossy embossed pattern magically appears!
- The Artisan Embellishment Kit dresses up this bag beautifully. Love the single rosette on the pull-out card inside!
- Swap the greeting on the banner to fit any occasion. For Valentine's Day, we used the You Plus Me stamp set.
- Who doesn't appreciate receiving chocolate and gold? Gold sequin trim adds extra sparkle!
Can you believe February is over? I swear, the last two weeks have flown by in a flash.
Have a great weekend!
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