Good morning, MME fans! Today we have a treat for you! Danni and Monika are here to share how to use My Mind's Eye for Halloween goodie bags.
Enjoy and happy Thursday!
Treat Bags by Danni Reid
Supplies: Lost and Found Halloween:layered stickers,patterned papers,die cut sheet,decorative brads;Misc:glassline bags,twine,sewing machine and thread
Danni says: When I decided to create Halloween treat bags, I wanted to create bags that showcased the layered stickers. I love the dimension each one of the stickers adds to a project.
I also love that you can create a lot of these in very little time because the dimension shines without a lot of layered papers or a sophisticated design. This is really important when creating these bags for a class, or staff or neighbors, time is money as they say, and MME makes it so easy.
Halloween Goodie Bags by Monika Wright
Monika says:Because I still have two kids in school, I'm able to have lots of fun creating treat bags for classroom parties. And with one girl in 4th grade, they can't be too cute...especially for the boys. Today I want to share with you how you can make your treat bags unique and spook-alicious, all using your MME stamps.
First, I stamped on a small canvas bag and mini shipping tag, adding a decorative brad for a bit more fun.
Since the crow stamp was on my stamping block anyway, I stamped it onto some patterned paper, punched it and adhered it to a metal rimmed tag attached to my gift bag with some twine. I also layered patterned paper and chipboard above the row of stamped pumpkins.
Do you see the "tissue paper" sticking out of the larger gift bag? That's thin kraft paper from the painting section of The Home Depot that I've stamped and then crinkled before adding to the bag.