Thursday, October 29, 2020

Halloween Class Giveaway Treat Bag

Hello! I know that this year's Halloween will be different than the usual Halloweens we are used to. I will surely miss walking my son from house to house, getting amazed by the Halloween decors, and also going through the treats my son gets for the night.

My son, who is a virtual learner, would like to do something special for his class as his way of doing Trick or Treating. His kind gesture will need some planning and coordination. The most important step is to get clearance from his homeroom teacher. Fortunately, the teacher agreed to it. 

I am very proud of my son since he contributed to making this giveaways. I am so used to doing this by myself for his older brothers, when they were still younger, and for him. He was the one who chose the design of the giveaway, and what elements to use to decorate the bag. He colored the stamped images. It made it a lot easier for me.

The tomb panel was cut using Cricut on gray and black cardstocks. I spritz the gray layer with Prima Precious Stone Color Bloom to create a cobble stone look. The stamp is from Lawn Fawn Spooktacular stamp set except for the vampire, which is a Paper Smooches stamp. Ryan colored the images using Karin markers. I die cut the Lawn Fawn stamped images with the coordinating die. I fussy cut the Paper Smooches vampire stamped image. I added some highlights on the colored stamped images with glitter pens and a glaze pen. I heat embossed the sentiment on the tomb cut except for the vampire treat bag. I used vellum for the sentiment on this treat bag since the stamped image fills up most of the tomb. I adhered the stamped images on the tomb with foam adhesive. 

Ryan filled the bags with two lollipops each. I will deliver this to the school today for her teacher to distribute tomorrow.

The treat bag size is 2 1/2" x 3". I cut the cardstock at 2 1/2" x 7", scored it at 3" & 4" on the long side. For the sides, I cut the cardstock at 1 1/2" x 3 1/4". I scored it at 1/4" on both of the long side, and on one of the short side. Where the scores met, I snipped off the corners. I used a double adhesive tape to close the bag up. For the handle, I am using left over strips of Halloween patterned papers from previous projects. I adhered this with a liquid glue. 

Thank you for visiting my blog. However you celebrate Halloween, enjoy and stay safe.

Have a blessed, brilliant and creative day!

Maria Giselle B.

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  1. These are all fabulous! His classmates are sure to love them. Happy Halloween!

    Cheryl (SheStamps)
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  2. Oh my gosh, these are too stinking cute!

  3. These are fantastic! So cute! Glad you joined us at Krafty Chicks.