Posts tagged Favor Bags
Posts tagged Favor Bags
Ink Jet Color Printer
5×7 White Paper Bags
1. Download the bag graphic and type in names and event date in spaces provided. Follow the directions in the PDF for printing with an Ink Jet Printer. If you don’t have an Ink Jet or if your printer doesn’t allow you to print odd formats, you can print directly onto sticker paper (found at office supply stores) and post apply to the bag.
2. Help maintain freshness and keep sweets from leaving oil stains on the paper bag by lining with a glassine envelope.
3. Add a little more detail to the bags and scallop the top with a pair of pinking shears or rotary cutter.
4. Fill bag with treats and serve!
* Design & Photo Credit: Thig and Thistle
Step 1: Print out both printables on heavy cardstock. Cut the circles into long strips.
Step 2: Use a 3/4″ circle punch to punch out the small circles. (Or cut out with scissors).
Step 3: Use a glue stick or glue dots to adhere the circles to the base of the kisses.
Step 4: Use scissors or a large 2″ circle punch to cut the ‘To:’ circles.
Step 5: Toss a few kisses in a small zip-close craft bag and staple on a large circle tag.
DOWNLOAD: Hugs & Kisses Free Printable
*Photo Credits: Meckmom.com
Super easy and super affordable! Downright cheap, really. Here’s how:
Step 1: You’ll need your tools. Shown in image 1 above:
Step 2: Print the free template on your color printer Download link Here.
Step 3: Use the bone folder and ruler to score along the dotted “fold” line on the template.
Step 4: Trim out the labels using your ruler and x-acto knife. Be sure to use a cutting mat – it cushions the x-acto blade and saves your surfaces from nicks and scratches. Fold the label along the score mark you created with the bone folder. Pre-folding the label makes it much easier to apply later.
Step 5: Using the bone folder and ruler, score the paper bag for easy folding. We made the score 1.5 inches from the top of our bag.
Step 6: Fold the paper bag at the score mark then fold a second time. Run the bone folder along the edges to make a nice, crisp fold. Pre-folding the bags will make it much easier to have a uniform look when all the favors are displayed…it will also make assembly easier and faster.
Step 7: Fill the bags with your goodies then fold the tops down. (note: If filling with cookies or any other edible favor, be sure to put them in a box or glassine bag first so you won’t get grease spots on your paper bags). Using the Easy-Stick, apply adhesive the the back of the label. Add label to bag – the long side of the label should be on the same side as the bag’s fold. The short side of the label wraps around to the back of the bag.
Step 8: Display and enjoy!
*Design idea and Photo Credit : Flights of Fancy