St. Patrick’s Day Stenciled Treat Bags

Hello Friends- Today I am sharing a simple and super easy craft. Some… 
“St. Patrick’s Day Stenciled Treat Bags”
I used some cute muslin draw string bags (State Line Bag) some acrylic paint, a four leaf clover stencil, a stencil brush, and a small round stamp. Then I spent maybe 15 minutes creating four bags for my four kids. These bags are super cute to fill up with gold coins, skittles, rainbow licorice, or gold foil wrapped rolos. All perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and just a little something to give your kids.
As I mentions above these were super easy to create.
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Step 1– lay your four leaf clover (mine is by Martha Stewart) over you muslin bag and with your green acrylic paint start dabbing the paint up and down with your stencil brush over the stencil. Tip: I use a folded paper towel to dab off the first couple dabs of paint, then I start to stencil. 
 Step 2– Next use a dot sponge applicator in your size preference and dab it into some yellow acrylic paint, then start stamping your polka dots onto your bag. 
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Fill up your bags with some candy “Loot” of your choice and you are all done.
St. Patrick's Day Treat Bags www.craft-o-maniac.com

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bags www.craft-o-maniac.com

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bags www.craft-o-maniac.com

St. Patrick's Day Treat Bags www.craft-o-maniac.com

..and here are the tags I created and used. 

 I can’t wait to give my kids these cute little

“Loot” bags on St. Patrick’s Day.
Thank you as always for stopping by.
jen
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Comments

  1. Those are really cute!

  2. Oh those are so adorable!

  3. These are so gorgeous!! Thanks so much for sharing them at The Scoop. I love little bags and stencils, and these are too darling.

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