Even though I’m oddly horrible at wrapping presents (no, really, just horrible), I’m still a believer in the power of packaging. So I was happy to try out some sample packaging when Michelle of the etsy shop It’s in the Bag contacted me. I love the concept of taking a plain, simple favor bag and dressing it up. Michelle clearly has scrapbooking skills I’m seriously lacking (check out her blog HERE). So with my sample bags, I stuck with something simple to match my simple cutting and gluing skills.
|mine! no, mine!|
And just for you, I made this monster printable with all kinds of monster faces so you can make your own.
|a little confused|
how to make monster favor bags
you will need:
assorted paper or glassine bags
what to do:
Print out the monster faces. Cut out the shapes. Use the glue stick to stick on the bags. Fill the bag with candy. That’s it.
|I always feel like…|
|somebody’s watching me!|
I used the goblin monsters on the bags with the windows. You know, like they were trying to get the candy? I hope that was obvious. Mix and match the eyes and noses and mouths as you wish. You can also use the cut outs to wrap mini candy bars. I cut a strip of construction paper, glued it around a mini candy bar, and glued the faces on.
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