Easter is almost here, and I can hardly believe it. The other day I was trying to think of something simple that I could use in Easter baskets or just as a little something to give to my boys. While I was out shopping I saw these triangle cellophane bags, and knew they would be perfect for what I was looking for.
While I was out, I also picked up some orange sixlets. Aren’t they fun?! I filled my bags up with the candy, and then tied them off with some large baker’s twine (I got mine here). I created these Easter printable tags to go along with the candy bags. They are very basic, but could be used on just about anything. Download your free printable here. Printables from The Happy Scraps are for personal use only.
Using a 1 3/4″ circle punch, I punched out the tags.
Then I used my hole punch to punch holes in the top of each tag.
Have I ever told you how much I love my Crop-a-dile? they are the best hole punches!
I threaded the tags onto the twine, and then tie another knot to make sure they would stay.
And now I have a cute and fun, and almost too simple to make, little gift for anyone I want to give one too.
Go ahead, print out some of these tags and put them on whatever! I’d love to see what you do with them.
Cynthia L says
What a great idea! I love these little bags of goodies and the tags are too cute!. Thanks for sharing at the This is How We Roll Link party. See you on Thursday!
Tonya G says
I made something very simular to this for Easter last year, only it was with cheeseballs 🙂
Wonderful craft idea, everyone loved it.
Amy | The Happy Scraps says
They are so fun! I’ve seen so many variations and they are all great ideas! 🙂