I am co-hosting a kids' craft table at a craft fair on the 17th and I wanted each round of kids to make a simple card and a treat bag! This one is Halloween themed and filled with what else-- candy corn!
This next bag is super simple but requires some sponging and a stamp I carved using some tools from the art store (think old school linoleum cutting!)
We decided to do two rounds of Halloween, one round of Thanksgiving and then a "Frozen" round... This one for Thanksgiving is fun because they get to use the Big Shot to emboss the bag and a circle punch!
The final treat bag will hold those yummy melty mints and is "frozen" themed... It will allow them to learn how to cut a banner by hand-- super simple!!
Do you have kids? Bring them by the Island Craft Guild show at the Omar Shriner Temple in Mt. Pleasant on October 17th! And if not-- you can make these too! Consider a private class-- I can even do it via Facebook!!
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