Do you have an Easter class party or playdate coming up? Make your own Easter treat bags! I love making goodie bags for my kids and their friends at the holidays. Today I am sharing a cute project to make for Easter using the FUSE tool and accessories. These Easter treat bags would be perfect to fill with candy, little toys or trinkets, or even small filled Easter eggs.
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- FUSE tool
- FUSEables paper pad
- Cricut Explore
- Paper trimmer
- FUSE photo sleeve
- Orange cardstock
- FUSEables decorate tape, ruffle
- FUSEables decorate tape, fringe
To make these Easter treat bags, I started by cutting the FUSEables paper to 4” x 12”. I used my Cricut to cut out a bunny shape on the first bag.
Design Space File: Easter Treat Bags
Note: You could trace a design on the paper and cut by hand using an X-Acto knife or scissors if you don’t have an electronic die-cutting machine.
I used a 4” x 4” photo sleeve and sealed up one side to make it a little bit smaller.
I filled it with sequins and attached the pouch to the back side of my bunny design with the FUSE.
To create a bag, I simply folded the paper in half and used the FUSE to close up each side. Use firm pressure and go a little slower to make sure the two sides of the paper fuse together.
At the top of this bag, I punched two holes and threaded ribbon through the holes. Fill the bag, tie a cute bow, and it is ready for giving.
On the other bunny bag, I used a paper clip from the new Oh Goodie Collection to hold the top together.
For the next bag, I followed the same process of cutting my paper and using my Cricut like I did for the bunny bag. This time, I made a carrot shape on the front. I again trimmed one of the photo sleeves. I added a piece of orange textured cardstock to the pocket. I fused the top and bottom of the pocket to the inside of the bag behind the carrot cut-out.
To make the carrot topper, I added some of the ruffled decorate tape.
I then added a strip of decorative tape fringe over the top.
I used the bunny cut out from the first bag and attached it to the front of the pouch with the FUSE tool.
Fold the paper in half and fuse along each side to create a bag. I punched two holes in the top and added some orange twine.
I love being able to see in the front of the bunny bags. These will be the perfect little gifts for Easter.
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