Darling Miniature Treat Packages | Designs By Miss Mandee

Darling Miniature Treat Packages

     Hey there! How are you doing? I’m doing fine, thanks for asking.
     Are you pumped for Labor Day weekend? I know I am! We are headed up to good old Idaho to visit my in-laws. I love staying there because they pamper us. Plus there’s more people around to hold and play with Davian. It’s going to be a nice relaxing weekend—can’t beat that!
     So, last month I made these super cute Miniature Printable Gift Bags for my good friend Paige, from A Dose of Paige, if you haven’t seen them yet be sure to check them out—their adorable! I absolutely loved making these: everything is just so much cuter when it’s tinny. When my mom saw them, she fell in love with the idea if mini gift bags. She said that every time she throws a party for one of the kids she likes to give favor bags, but the cellophane ones she usually gets are so big you either have to give them a whole bag of Hershey Kisses or it looks chinsy. A miniature favor bag fixes that problem while still being super cute.
     Today I have another version for you: Darling Miniature Treat Packages. These are unique, cute, and so simple to put together! And you probably have all the supplies for them at home. All you need is:

  • My Printable
  • Scissors
  • A Hole-punch & String (optional)
  • Tape
  • And a small cello bag or saran wrap (depending on what treat you use)
     Once you print out my template and cut out the designs, you can either tape in your goodie (like a mini candy bar), or use a hole-punch and string to tie in a little bag of goodies. Then, fold along the dotted lines and tape closed.

 

     These would make such fun favors for a bridal shower, wedding, birthday party, or pretty much any get-together you have going on! Who wouldn’t love getting a treat in these fun little packages!?
Happy Crafting!

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