Today I'm over on the Lawn Fawn Blog with a video featuring these cute Valentines Goodie Bags. I dressed up the tops of each of the bags with a scalloped border and colored the animals in shades of pink to match the goodie bags. Wouldn't these make adorable treat bags for school parties?
To create these bags, I die cut Schoolhouse Red Cardstock using the Goodie Bag die and then cut the bag again from Cotton Candy Cardstock. From the pink cardstock goodie bag I used the largest Stitched Scalloped Borders die to create a contrasting topper for each bag. I glued the scalloped top in place on each of the bag pieces using a strong adhesive.
Before assembling each goodie bag, I stamped greetings from the Whale You Be Mine Stamp Set, Love You Tons Stamp Set, and Hedgehugs Stamp Set using Versamark Ink and heat embossing with white fine detail embossing powder.
I assembled each of the goodie bags and set them aside to work on the tags.
I die cut the smaller Tags A Lot tag from a gray polka dot patterned paper and stamped the coordinating tag design from the Thank You Tags STamp Set on vellum using Versamark Ink and heat embossing with white fine detail embossing powder. I die cut the vellum tags using the same Tags A Lot tag die and layered the vellum tag on top of the patterned paper one. I die cut the hole reinforcement from Schoolhouse Red Cardstock using the Tags A Lot die collection and glued it in place.
I stamped the critters from the Whale You Be Mine Stamp Set, Love You Tons Stamp Set, and Hedgehugs Stamp Set on smooth white cardstock using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored them in with Copic Markers (the individual colors are listed and linked below in supplies). I die the images using the coordinating Whale You Be Mine dies, Love You Tons dies and Hedgehugs dies.
I adhered the critters and accents on the vellum tags and tied each of the layered tags to the goodie bags using the Sweetheart Lawn Trimmings twine.
To see how I put these valentines goodie bags together from start to finish, watch out the video below or view on youtube HERE: