Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Candy Corn gift packing idea

It's Halloween in 15 days!! Are you throwing a party ??Today I have a simple idea for the treat bags inspired from candy corn.Without much ado, now to the materials required.



Materials required :
White,yellow and orange card stock
All purpose glue stick
Scissors
Hole punch
Ribbon (Colour of your choice - I used yellow & orange)

Step 1: Take a White card stock (8.5" X 11") ,Orange (8.5" X 7") and yellow(8.5" X 3.5").These measurements yields two packaging.First glue the orange card stock onto white by eyeballing it in the middle of white and similarly glue the yellow one in the middle of orange.Now you should have something as shown below.




Step 2: Cut the whole card stock in the middle (Lengthwise).



Step 3: Take one card stock and fold it in half.Now take one side and make a crease by folding the edge to mark the center.Then fold each side towards the inside of the card stock from the center point to the edge to make a triangle.(Shown below)


Step 4: Repeat the same on the other side.Fold in such a way that the sides overlap. Make a hole with hole punch on each side.




Step 5: Place your candies inside and insert the ribbons through the holes and secure it with a knot.
You can also add a gift tag before tying the knot. Tada!!You are done! How easy was that??You can totally customize these for any occasion.I made these for Christmas last year in green and added a cute Santa for embellishment. 






Hope you enjoyed this little treat bags. Share what you think about these treat bags in the comment below.I am always happy to hear from you,

21 comments:

  1. Oh, that is too cute! Just like candy corn, but can be customized for so much more! Fantastic!

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  2. Oh my gosh... how cute is that!?! Rory loves candy corn. I may just have to give this ago for some special little treats for her. :) Thanks for sharing, PINNED!

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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    1. Happy that Rory loves Candy corn :)Thank you Lorelai :)

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  3. Love! I don't do Halloween stuff, so these are perfect!

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  4. Very cute! I used this technique a few years ago to make Christmas treat boxes but I love it even more for Halloween. Thanks so much for linking up at the Make it Monday Party! Hope to see you again next week.

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  5. Super cute and festive! Thanks so much for stopping by the creative spark link party hope you will link up with us again today http://bit.ly/12aACNj

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  6. These are so cute!

    http://makingmemorieswithyourkids.com

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  7. Those are great! What a quick and easy way to make a treat container. Pinned it in case I get put in charge of the Halloween party in my son's class this year ;)

    I'm enjoying co-hosting the #HomeMattersParty with you this month!

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  8. These are adorable! What a fabulously fun idea. Great tutorial too. Thanks for sharing and being a wonderful co-host of the #HomeMattersParty - we love having you on the team! :)

    ~Lorelai
    Life With Lorelai

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  9. loved this , you should add it to our link party

    http://mountaintopchef.blogspot.com/2015/09/friday-finds-1.html

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  10. So cute! Perfect for a party favor! So glad to be hosting #HomeMattersParty with you this week!

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  11. That is adorable!! We don't get many trick-or-treaters, so this will be perfect for our special neighbors! :) #HomeMattersParty

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  12. What a cute candy corn craft! Those are adorable. I'm so happy to be cohosting the #HomeMattersParty with you this week.

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  13. This is such a cute idea! My husband loves candy corns. I should consider making this for him as a gag gift.

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  14. Oh my goodness! I absolutely love these! I make little gifts for my coworkers kids, I might try to create these. They would love them! Have I mentioned how much I love hosting #HomeMattersParty with you?!

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