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Happy Halloween Goodie Bags!


Hello everyone! I’m Kelley Kohout. I’m honored and excited to be posting today as part of the  Kat Scrappiness Design Team. When I saw the Cheery Lynn Designs: Happy Halloween Dies I was pumped. I knew that I was going to be able to cross Halloween goodie bags off of my Crafty To Do List. Every year I create some sort of goodie bag to give out to our neighborhood kids, as well as the children of friends. This project would even be easy to put together for school parties.


My color inspiration for the little treat bags comes from the Kat Scrappiness Halloween Sequins. I chose to use the  Fright Night Pumpkinlicious, and Spooky Sparkles sequin mixes.


I used the Gina Marie Designs Stitched Fishtail Banner Dies to cut the base of my tags. All of the cute Halloween pieces  (just look at those awesome little scared cats and flying bats) were cut using Cheery Lynn Designs: Happy Halloween Dies.


I used the Echo Park Hocus Pocus Bats Stencil and several of  the Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pads with an ink blending tool to add the bat background to my banners.


On the Happy Halloween sentiment that was cut using the same Cheery Lynn Designs dies I sponged on Versamark sticky ink. I added an embossing powder and knocked some off to make it look messy. I then heat set it with my heat tool.


I embellished some of the treat bags with the new Put A Bow On It Lawn Cuts from Lawn Fawn. The little bows are simple to put together and are a great way to add patterned paper from our stash to any project.

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I finished off each goody bag by adding an assortment of the  Kat Scrappiness Halloween Sequin Mixes. I even added Jack O’lantern and Bat sequins to the clips holding the banners to the bags. They are the perfect finishing touch!


Check out the video on how I put everything together!

Thanks for stopping by!



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  • Reply AJ Bodine

    Kelley, your treat bags are amazing! You used so many great products and made such a nice variety! Very inspiring!

    09/18/2016 at 1:27 PM
    • Reply Kelley Kohout

      Thanks AJ!

      09/18/2016 at 9:31 PM

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