Treat Bag Toppers is the perfect die for last minute holiday gift giving! It's perfect for dressing up small bags for special treats. On this example, I used it on a small glassine bag filled with chocolates. It's dressed up with stamps from Papertrey Ink (Distressed Stripes and Tiny Treats: Christmas) as well as some fun baker's twine. I used my japanese screw punch to punch the holes in the matboard and just stamped away. Stamping on matboard is so effortless - matboard takes ink beautifully!
treat bag topper on a kraft tin tie bag. This clever die actually cuts three toppers at once - each one a different size for a variety of options. LOVE that! I quickly stamped the kraft bag with snowflakes (PTI's Peace Be Still) For this topper, I adhered some patterned paper with Sparkle Mod Podge for a fun & festive look. And just look at that fun scalloped edge - Eileen is so great about those fun details! The tag that is hanging is part of Eileen's die, as well. I used a few steps on that, stamping and embossing the JOY sentiment, then airbrushing the green background with a Copic marker. Next I used Sparkle Mod Podge again, then painted the edges with white acrylic paint. Add some silvery trim and you have a fantastic treat bag that will wow your recipient.
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