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Santa and Rudolph Treat Bag Tutorial

Posted by Tamatha Luehrs on



Looking for a fun and easy treat bag for the kids? Need a cute way to take treats to work?  Try these Santa and Reindeer easy peasy treat bags. So gather up those supplies and let's create. 

.Supplies used: 

Happy Tree stamp set 

Cardstock 

Paper Punches: 3/4" , 1" , 1 1/4", 2"

Branch Punch

Art Glitter Glue 

Border punch

Paper bags( brown and white)

Scissors

Signo Gel pen in white and black

Oxide ink-worn lipstick

Cotton Swabs

 Measurements: 

Santa

1 red circle cut to 3/4"  for nose

2 white circles cut to 1" for eyes

2 black circles cut to 3/4" for  eyes

1 scallop circle cut to 1 1/4" for the hat

1 red strip cut to 1" x 12" for the hat belly type band

1 white strip cut to 5" for the fur trim on the hat

1 strip for the mustache, this will be based on your 'stache choice

Rudolph

1 brown strip cut to 1"x 12" for the belly band

1 light brown circle cut to 2" for the inside of the ears and then cut into a "football" shape

1 brown circle cut to 2" for the ears and the cut into a "football" shape

1 red circle cut to 1 1/4" for the nose

2 light brown pieces for the antlers using the Branch punch, or you can use materials of your choice

Remember to head on over to our Facebook group Maymay Made It and So Did I to post your version of this project. You can also showcase your project on our Customer Gallery on the website.


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2 comments

  • You mentioned on the YouTube video that you would be putting the cut file here in the blog, am I missing it somewhere?

    Stephanie Mitchell on
  • On your Santa bag how about using a large cotton ball or make a pompom out of yarn perhaps to give it more dimension.

    Anita Jillman on

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