Friday, September 17, 2021

Create Easy Envelope Treat Bags using the Cutest Halloween Stamp Set & Punch from Stampin' Up!

Hello My Crafting Friends,

Today I am sharing these Cute Halloween Treat Bags made with the Medium Size Envelopes (5 ¾” x 4 3/8”). I made these as part of Stampin’ Up 2021 Artisan Design Team. 

For my project this month I knew I wanted something Halloween Themed and the products from the Cute Halloween Suite are perfect. I love the fun Designer Series Paper and how it coordinates so well with the Cutest Halloween Stamp Set & Halloween Punch. These treat bags are super easy to put together and you can decorate them however you want. I hope you enjoy this tutorial and that it inspires you to create something today.

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Here are the dimensions and pieces you will need to create these treat bags:

Basic White Medium Envelopes

Cute Halloween Designer Series Paper – 1 ½” x 4 ¼” | ½” x 4 ¼”

Basic White Cardstock – scraps for the tag & stamping

Here is a list of the supplies I used to make the tags & gift box:

Cutest Halloween Bundle 156483 $31.50

     Incudes: Cutest Halloween Stamp Set 156480 $17.00 & Halloween Punch 156482 $18.00

Basic White Medium Envelopes 159236 $7.50

Cute Halloween Designer Series Paper 156479 $11.50

Black & White Gingham Ribbon 156485 $7.00

Basic White Cardstock 159276 $9.75

Old Olive Ink Pad 147090 $7.50

Pumpkin Pie Ink Pad 147086 $7.50

Highland Heather Ink Pad 147103 $7.50

Memento Black Ink 132708 $6.00

Smoky Slate Stampin’ Blend Markers 154904 $9.00

Color Lifter Stampin’ Blend Marker 144608 $4.50

Blending Brushes 153611 $12.00

Essential Tag Punch 153607 $18.00

Simply Scored Scoring Tool 122334 $30.00

Paper Trimmer 152392 $25.00

Simply Shammy 147042 $8.00

Stampin’ Seal PLUS Adhesive 149699 $12.00

Multipurpose Liquid Glue 110755 $4.00

Tear & Tape Adhesive 138995 $7.00

Dimensionals 104430 $4.00

Clear Block D 118485 $8.50

Paper Snips 103579 $10.00

Bone Folder 102300 $7.00

Stampin' Pierce Mat 126199 $5.00

Take Your Pick Tool 144107 $10.00

Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine 149653 $120.00

1- Trim off the glue from the envelope flap. I measured the bottom edge of the envelope at 5 ¾” and cut off about ¾” from the flap. Then score the left, right, and bottom of the envelope at ¾”. I like to score on both the front and back so the paper folds easily.

2- With a Blending Brush add color to both the front and back of the envelope starting from the bottom and working to the top.

3- Stamp a fun image above the bottom score line on the front and back. Keep in mind that the back of the envelope will be the front of the treat bag. I stamped the Candy Corn image in Pumpkin Pie, the Spiders in Black on Highland Heather blend, & the leaves in Old Olive.

4- With a Bone Folder make a crease along all score lines. Then open the envelope and push out the bottom so it is flat. Fold the corners into a triangle and use the Bone Folder to make a crease. Attach the triangle flaps to the bottom of the bag with a Glue Dot.

5- Near the top flap there will be some loose sides, adhere them to the inside of the envelope flap with Tear & Tape.

6- Adhere the ½” strip of DSP to the bottom of the 1 ½” strip. Then adhere them both to the cover the top flap.

7- Punch out a tag from the Essential Tag Punch, rotate it and slide it inside to punch all corners. Stamp your greeting in Memento Black Ink and decorate the tag with coordinating images from the Cute Halloween Designer Series Paper or Cutest Halloween Stamp Set. To create the Ghost, stamp in Black ink, add an outline in Light Smoky Slate Blend Marker and soften with the Color Lifter.

8- Add 12” of Black & White Gingham Ribbon and adhere the tag to the bag with adhesive or a hole punch. Tie a bow. Make sure to fill with candy or toys before closing your bag.


I have also created a video walking you through each step:

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Have a creative day,


1 comment:

  1. You are so creative and absolutely clever! I loved you video and amazing presentation! So clear and well done! As a teacher, I certainly appreciate your ability to transfer knowledge and directions so well! I can’t wait to try these treat bags!