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As I do every year, I create some sort of treat bags for my son's class. I'm afraid this will soon be coming to an end as I'm not sure if I can get away with it when he hits Grade 5, boo hoo.
I thought Billy would be cool for Grade 4 so I colored him up with my Copics, applied glossy accents to his eyes, red gem for his necklace, attached some ribbon and found Dracula brads in my stash that works quite well! The bat paper is by Funky Hand.
Of course, the most important thing is the candy. I used small plastic ziploc type bags from the dollar store and filled them up with some goodies. I make sure to punch thru the top of the plastic bag before putting it all together then fasten it up with the brads.
You know, the sad thing is that the kids (well, mainly the boys) don't even pay attention to the wrapping, they just wanna get to the candy!
I will be entering this treat "bag" in the following challenges:
Pile it on - Layer It
Lollipop Crafts - Eyelets or Brads
Scrap-Creations - Unique Fold
Ribbon Carousel - Get punny
Fab 'n' Funky - Bingo (Digi, Ribbon, 3 Layers)
Billy looks awesome in green and purple! Great coloring! The kids will love receiving your fun creation.ReplyDelete
What a fun idea! I remember those days of making goodie bags for my son's classes. Your shading and colors are fantastic.ReplyDelete
Fabulous coloring, Michelle! Love him done in all that green and purple. What a perfect match the brads are! Great sentiment, too. :-)ReplyDelete
Oh wow! Love the treat bags! Billy is a cute image to use! Great coloring and shading.ReplyDelete
Fun, fun, fun treat bag!! Love it and the image and sentiment are adorable! Thanks so much for joining us this week at RCC!ReplyDelete
Great little treat bag! Shame it won't be fully appreciated by the recipients although I have no doubt they will appreciate the contents!ReplyDelete
Love the treat bag - and know all the kids will too! Very cute!!!ReplyDelete
Your treat bag is a hoot! Love it! And you're right, the kids tend to gravitate towards what's inside every time! (Tape a couple of quarters on the outside, and they might pay more attention to the packaging! Heehee!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at Lollipop Crafts this week.
This is such a great project!! Thanks for playing with us at Going Grey with Scrap-Creations.ReplyDelete
that's adorable, it's a shame you won't be able to make them next year. I bet that 5th graders would really still want them. Maybe you can make them for some of the special kids that come trick or treating (do you do that in Canada?)ReplyDelete
I love the bat paper, it's a great Halloween project. thanks for playing with us at Pile It On.
OHHH! Super cute--perfect pun! LOVE that Dracula! THANKS for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at the RCC!! And thanks for getting punny with me:)ReplyDelete