DIY Monogrammed Treat Bags- Christmas Gift Idea

Today I am sharing with you a simple craft I made with 
“FOUR” craft supplies. Super Easy and they make for a perfect gift for anyone. I made these for my nieces and nephews. 

I used my Martha Stewart Initial Adhesive Silkscreens from Plaid, along with the Silkscreen Applicator and some MS paint. I placed the silkscreen over some State Line cotton bags, and added a tiny bit of paint and then pulled the silkscreen applicator over the silkscreen. Once the initial letter was filled all in with paint, I removed the silkscreen and saw a perfect “Monogrammed Initial.” WOOP! I then hot glued on some large Ric Rac front and back. You also can use Liquid Stitch and iron on the Ric Rac, I just was out of Liquid Stitch. Also, you can sew on the Ric Rac, but I didn’t want to sew them on  because it would of taken away extra space inside the bags. 

Lastly I filled the bags with treats and a few fun little things. 

SUPER EASY!




 These bags are great to fill up with any kind of small goodies, treats, and surprises. 

Thanks for stopping by.
Hugs, jen

Comments

  1. so cute! great idea!

  2. So lovely goodie bag, I love the stencils!! Thank you so much for the Nice tutorial and have a wonderful week

  3. So cute,I like them.And good idea.

  4. Oh my stars Jen…I am smitten! These little bags made my toes curl girly! What I wouldn’t give for my monogram in pink with that fab green ric rac! CahhhhUteyyyyy! You so rock!

    Love and Hugs,
    Mrs. Kindergarten…aka…Madame Spoiled

  5. Very sweet idea, looks like a lovely gift for little people 🙂

  6. Like I just Said always wonderful crafts from your hand, love those lovely treatbags! Thank you for sharing

  7. Those are so adorable! Great idea for scouts or a small class. Must go pin!

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