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Halloween Treat Bags

I just have a quick project to share with you today. I wanted to make up a few Halloween treat bags. I had these black lunch style bags from my blogging friend Maria of Crafty Cre8tions that I wanted to use.

Since I only had a little bit of time, I wanted to try to put together something relatively quick. I had these cute clip art images from Dover Publications that I printed out. (You can sign up on their blog for free, weekly samples.) I also used some doilies, embellies, and papers scraps that I had laying around my craft room. I added a Vintage Halloween Label from Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff. With the shading on the image, it was a snap to color these and cut them out using Nesties.

Don’t forget you still have time to enter the Halloween challenge at Sentimental Sundays.

Thank you stopping by! Have a great day!

Supplies:

  • Images: Vintage Halloween Clip Art from Dover Publications, Vintage Halloween Labels by Lindsay’s Stamp Stuff on Mygrafico
  • Papers: Echo Park Apothecary Emporium, Georgia Pacific CS
  • Inks: Distress Inks in Antique Linen & Tea Dye
  • Tools: Big Shot, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Copic markers
  • Embellishments: misc. doilies, twine, buttons, brads, plastic spiders etc.

Challenges:

Comments

Fabulous treat bags Cheryl, I like these images you have used and the doliy tops.
Kevin xx
maxine said…
These are great Cheryl x
Karin said…
Wow, I love the vintage look and using printables makes the project faster too. Such a great idea when making multiples. The doily is a great addition to the top!
Vicki said…
Awesome, vintage treat bags! Thanks for joining our CropStop Challenge!
1CardCreator said…
I love these Cheryl! The doily is a fantastic addition too, so clever!
Sara I. said…
These are brilliant!! LOVE the vintage images and added doily!! Anyone would want one..or two :)
Christa said…
Hi Cheryl , beautiful Halloween-bags. Love the vintage style.... Thanks for joining us at ATSC. Christa.
Riet said…
So gorgeous Cheryl.

Hugs Riet.xx
Andrea said…
I love vintage Halloween images-these are wonderful! Great job!!
Annette said…
aww so cute..love the vintage look...
Anita said…
These are adorable! I love the twine in the buttons. Thanks for joining us at Ribbon Carousel.
Gorgeous gift bags Cheryl. I love those vintage images with the doily. ~jeni :)
Dodici said…
Gorgeous Halloween bags,Cheryl.I love the doilies and the buttons with the divine twine,great accents!
Thanks for joining us at ATSC,hope to see you again!
Dodici
xxx
Tammy said…
Beautiful treat bags. The images remind me of when I was a kid.
Tameko said…
Such fun treat bags!
Lynn said…
Your vintage treat bags are adorable! Thanks for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!
Pat Garvin said…
Great vintage graphics. Thanks for joining Speedy the Cats Friends.
Anita said…
Cheryl, these are cute as can be. I love the doily at the top of the bags.
Janeen said…
Those vintage images are adorable. i had such a good time really looking at them. thanks for playing this week in Speedy's challenge.
Maria Levine said…
Wonderful treat bags, great images! Thanks for playing along with JUGS this week.
Country Mouse said…
Cheryl...these bags are just boo-tiful! (he,he..couldn't resist)! I need to start using all my doilies!:)
audrey
Jan said…
What fun bags! Thanks for joining us at CFAS xx Jan
Michele Spera said…
adorable treat bags:-) Thank you so much for joining us at Inky Impressions this week,
Hugs
Michele S.
Jenn said…
Adorable! What cute treat bags!

Thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions Challenges!

Jenn
Oh these are just gorgeous! Thank you for joining us at The Alphabet Challenge this week.

Emma - The Sparkly Fairy
Janne said…
Your paperbags are so cute. Thanks for joining us at Creatalicious Challenges.
Janne
Glad you put these to good use!! They are awesome!!! I made 75 bags for a friend of mine for school, but only stamped ghosts in white ink!! I forgot to take pictures of them too!! Oops!!

Love the vintage pictures and the doily's. Great work :)
Maria
Nikki Byrne said…
Such a brilliant idea!! Love them. Thank you for joining us at The Gingerloft this fortnight. Hugs

NIKKI DT
steph said…
Love the treat bags. The embellishments are fabulous and the doily tops are adorable.

Thanks for playing in our challenge!
♥ Stephanie
DT for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
Joey said…
Cheryl these are fantastic and such a nice twist to see older style halloween images, thanks for joining us at inky impressions. Joey x
Ginny said…
fab bags, thanks for joining us at Fab'n'Funky :)
Alicia said…
These look sensational!! I LOVE the vintage look about them. They are perfect. xx
paperfun said…
So beautiful! A timeless classic.

Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Days Away.

Mari
Sonia said…
Fab Treat Bags!
Thanks for joining us at ALPHABET Challenge Blog this week.
Good Luck!
-Sony
Sonia-Studio60
Audrey Pettit said…
SO pretty and fun! Wow, would I love to get my hands on some black lunch bags! LOVE those vintage images you used and love the doily toppers. SO fabulous, Cheryl!
CropStop said…
Happy Halloween! Your project does a fantastic job of highlighting the joys and colors of this very special holiday--Spooktacular!!! Thanks for sharing this with us on the CropStop Challenge.
Dazie said…
These are lovely, really great to see some thing vintage!

Thanks for joining us with our Halloween theme over at Craft Your Days Away
Dazie
x
Catherine said…
Fantastic treat bags. What a fab idea! Thanks for joining us at Crafting for all Seasons this week...
~Michelle~ said…
love your vintage treat bags!! thanks for playing the CropStop Challenge this week!
Sharon Caudle said…
Fantastic! Thanks so much for joining us at PaperPlay Challenges and hope you join us again soon.
hugs, Sharon
Cheryl--this are just adorable! Great job. Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge!
Sandi said…
Love the vintage images!
Thanks for playing in our 'Halloween' Challenge #31, and for using a Digital OR Stamped image!
♥ Sandi
DT Coordinator for Pattie's Creations Challenge!
and Pattie's shop
Home of Pattieboop and Allie!
Dalis said…
cheryl,
these are darling, love the vintage vibe of them!


Thanks for playing with us at CropStop's Blog Challenge!

-- dalis
Debbie said…
Fabulous makes and great vintage images.:)
Thanks for sharing with us at The Crafty Pad challenge this week. :)

Debbiex
Vicki Dutcher said…
FUN Halloween bags! Thanks for playing with us over at JUGS
Electra said…
These are wonderful-the doilies really add to the vintage feel of them! Thanks for joining us at Opus Gluei!
Rosemary said…
Sorry it has taken me so long to come over and see what you've created! I absolutely LOVE these treat bags, I love vintage images and these are so perfect and really are striking against the black of the bag. Very lucky recipients!

Thanks for playing with us at Opus Gluei!
Heather said…
these just could not be any more adorable Cheryl!

Thanks for playing along with us during our month long prize challenge at FBD!!!

Heather D.
www.freshbreweddesigns.com

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