Have you heard of Eighteen 25’s Spooktacular September? These lovely ladies are featuring fun Halloween craft ideas from other bloggers every day this month. I am honored that they shared my idea for Halloween Treat Bags today! Head over to Eighteen25 to see what I made with this fun spider embellishment and craft paper!
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Everyone in sight will be wanting to make one of these adorable spider bags! And the boys will be 1st in line! What a hit! “Over the top” fun and appealing to ALL AGES!
Your glitter technique using a glue pen is ingenious! Gives the spider even more pop!
Michaels, here I come!
I love the glittered edges! Who can get enough glitter anyway? not me! Very cute bags and congrats on being featured on Eighteen 25. I love that blog! Good luck in all your crafty adventures!!
Thank you so much!
LOVED your spider bag so much I went out to buy the supplies. The only thing I can’t find is the cobweb paper. I’ve tried 6 different places and no one carries it. Do you know of any stores in Omaha, NE that carry this? Could I send you money and you could send it to me in the mail? Happy Haunting! You’re very talented.
Thanks, Pam! I used leftover Halloween scrapbook paper for this project. It looks like they still carry it online at: http://store.scrapbook.com/bla-328.html
For another alternative, I found an Etsy listing featuring a spiderweb background as a digital scrapbooking file (so you could just print off however many you needed!): http://www.etsy.com/listing/76621152/halloween-digital-paper-12×12-digital?ref=sr_gallery_41&ga_search_query=halloween&ga_page=6&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery
Hope these are helpful!
May I ask where you found the black bags from? I have been searching all over for black bags and can’t seem to find them anywhere!
Megan, I believe I picked these up from Michael’s. Have you checked there? For another source, it looks like these bags would be very similar: