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Thursday, 5 April 2012

Pretty Packaging

Thursday, 5 April 2012

A simple, pretty packaging idea for giving Easter Treats. They're very quick to make, so are perfect for last minute makes. I'll show you how I made them ...


You will need ...
A6 Glassine bag
10cm square printed card
Printed Sentiment
Doily
Baker's Twine
Tiny Wooden Peg


1. Place the printed card, and your treat, inside the glassine bag. Fold down the top and seal.
2. Fold your doily in half over the top of the bag. And secure it in place.
3. Wrap the Baker's twine around your package ...
4. ... and peg your sentiment to the top.


And your pretty Easter treats are finished : )


Love Liz xx

14 comments :

  1. Lovely treats Liz! I can't get enough of glassine bags at the minute so versatile! The biccies look yummy too.

    Kate
    xx

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  2. these are gorgeous and I'm loving the tutorials they're great :-)

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  3. These are gorgeous - wouldn't they make beautiful favours for a summer wedding? - love them - where would I get the glassine bags?
    Linda

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    1. They would make lovely favours for a summer wedding!
      The link to where I bought my glassine bags is in the supplies list at the end of the post : )

      Liz
      xx

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  4. Oh yum, Liz! Please send to me at... :)

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  5. Hi Liz, these are such a great idea .........so beautiful:)x

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  6. I ADORE these Liz! Fabulous!!!

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  7. Love all the hints and tips on your how to's Liz so easy to use these for a little girls (or boys) party as treat bags instead of the usual party bags having. HAving been using this site almost since the start I still find you sooo inspirational Liz, thank you for many yrs of happy crafting - I really must learn how to set up a blog instead of this anonymous....lol! Sue B x

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  8. These are so cute, I love glassine bags to and you've decorated these with lots of style x

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  9. so very very pretty Liz :) thanks for sharing, im going to pin this ♥

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  10. They are gorgeous. Where did you get that punch you use for your sentiments? I've been looking everywhere :o)

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    1. Hi Kerry,

      It's my SU Word Window punch - as on this post : )
      http://pinkpetticoat.blogspot.co.uk/2011/03/sweet-treats.html

      Liz
      xx

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  11. OMG these are soooo pretty but sooo simple to make. Thank you very much for sharing :D xx

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  12. nice idea ... thanks for sharing

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