Mummies, Witchies & Frankies…OH MY!

Halloween Bags Front


How cute are these little Halloween Treat Bags?

I think these little guys are adorable! I made them last weekend and all I want to do is make more! They are super fun and pretty easy to make. The base of them are made from the Top Note Die attached to a Fancy Favor Bag. The Mummy and Frankie are CASE’d ideas from other really creative people. However, I created the cute Witch myself and pretty proud of it. I hope you like it too!

Halloween Bags Back


The KREATION featured products:


Paper: Mummy: Basic Black (121045), Whisper White (100730); Witch – Old Olive (100702), Basic Black (121045), Basic Gray (121044), Whisper White (100730); Frankie – Gumball Green (126840), Perfect Plum (101889), Basic Black (121045), Whisper White (100730)

Ink: Stampin’ Pad: Mummy – Sahara Sand (126976); Witch – Old Olive (126953), Basic Black (126980); Frankie – Gumball Green (126861), Perfect Plum (126963); Stampin’ Write Marker: Frankie & Witch – Basic Black (100082)

Tools: Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (113439), Top Note Bigz Die (113463), Fancy Favor Bigz XL Die (115965), 3/4″ Circle Punch (119873), 1″ Circle Punch (119868), 1/2″ Circle Punch (119869), Oval Punch (Retired), Paper Snips (103579), Tabletop Paper Cutter (106959), Sponge Daubers (102892)

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3 Responses to Mummies, Witchies & Frankies…OH MY!

  1. Loly Borda says:

    They are soooo cute! Would you please post the instructions? I’d love to make them for the kids in my Sunday School class. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
    Hugs.
    Loly

  2. Loly Borda says:

    They are soooo cute! Would you please post the instructions? I’d love to make them for the kids in my Sunday School class. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
    Hugs.
    Loly

  3. Loly Borda says:

    They are soooo cute! Would you please post the instructions? I’d love to make them for the kids in my Sunday School class. Thanks for sharing your creativity.
    Hugs.
    Loly