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Valentine’s Day Treat Bag

Hey Hey blog readers! Latrice here with a fun Valentine’s Day treat bag for you. In the video below you will see how I used a Hero Arts background stamp with patterned paper to make an easy gift giving project. Here is what I’ll be creating for you.

Here are a few detailed pictures of the project as well.

For more fun projects this Valentine’s Day season please visit my blog Any Occasion. You can also sign up for new scrap booking online workshop called Scrapbook Throwdown. May Arts is a sponsor of course! You can sign up HERE.

On to the video!

 

Materials used:

  • Ribbon: May Arts twisted burlap string 363-28
  • Stamps: Hero Arts- Leaf and Floral background CG405
  • EK Success punch- Treading water
  • Stitching
  • Adhesive- Tombow
  • Embossing powder- Ranger
  • Paper: Echo Park– True Love

 

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Kiss Kiss, Latrice

Blog post by: Latrice Murphy

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  1. Cindi

    This adorable treat bag is perfect for us room party
    moms…Thanks,  Cindi

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  2. SherylH

    Great project and thanks for your video!  Love that HA background stamp and your technique of overstamping a small patterned paper.

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  3. Sue Kment

    I love 3D projects…Very fun!

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  4. AnitaRex

    Goreous bag Latrice!  :>

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  5. Vera W. Yates

    Ack.. how cute!! Great video, too. You're so great at making video tutorials. I adore you. Hugs. xoxo

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  6. Pai

    very sweet treat!

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  7. Denise Poshard

    SO cute!  Thanks for the video too!

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  8. Cynthia B.

    Such a cute and easy way to dress up a plain ole brown bag! Love the stitched hearts.

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  9. Karen

    Cute bag!  Thanks for the idea.

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  10. barbara lassiter

    Thanks for a fun blog idea! The bag is really cute and I may have to use this idea for my grandsons' Valentine's treats!

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  11. Debbie C.

    What a great treat bag…I like the background stamping.  Thanks for the tutorial.

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  12. Ruth G

    Cute bag!  Love the trim details and the background stamp!  TFS!

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  13. Weenie Thomas

    Great tutorial. The stitched hearts look awesome

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  14. Marie / Legojenta

    Great treat bag! TFS =)

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  15. LinhC

    I know several girls who would love to get this on Valentine's Day!

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  16. Natasha G.P.

    Sewing always adds a great dimension to projects.

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  17. Sharon Gullikson

    How cute. I've loved seeing your creations alllllll week!

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  18. Micah Gullikson-Poteraj

    I love how the hears stand up.

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  19. terriavidreader

    This treat bag is just adorable!

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  20. Pam Bray

    just love the candy bag, so very cute

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  21. Sharon L-S

    Latrice – thanks for the video.  The projects I've seen Thursday & today are really getting me ready to do Valentine cards  & some gift projects this weekend.  Thanks for sharing. 

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  22. Lin B

    LOVE this, Latrice!  How fun!

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  23. Janet L.

    Cute bag! I like the stitching addition really well. Thanks for sharing your talents!

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  24. Mary-Anne V.

    What a cute and pretty bag… thanks for sharing.

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  25. Agata

    So beautiful! Love it!

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  26. Katarina

    Very cute bag, Latrice!

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  27. Indy

    So cute!  I love ideas using brown paper bags!

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  28. Sue D

    Very sweet bag–I like how you embossed on the patterned paper.

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  29. Terri (blindstamper)

    How adorable!  And thanks for the video…love videos!

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  30. Robin Mayfield

    The treat bag is wonderful.  I love that twisted burlap string!!

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  31. Christine Dring

    Very cute treat bag, Latrice! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. Luanne Pang

    this is a fun treat box! I will try this sometime.

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  33. Bethany Becker

    Cute gift bag!

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  34. Cindy C.

    Beautiful treat bag!

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  35. Holly Tolman

    This is a great gift idea.

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  36. Jennie P.

    Oh I love the stitched hearts!

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  37. anne

    love the treat bag!  thanks for sharing!
     
    Anne

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  38. Leni

    Lovely gift bags!

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  39. Laura Cox

    Always love cute simple ideas! 

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  40. Karen

    Cute bag! Best for holding chocolate of any kind!

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  41. Mary B.

    Love your idea on the gift bag.  Thanks for the idea.

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  42. Sar Tann

    Love the stiching , bag and video. Thank you for sharing. 🙂
     

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  43. Ange

    Super cute project!

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  44. Sue McRae

    Very sweet goody bag!

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  45. rush

    nice treat bag.  thank you for sharing.

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  46. Holly

    love the white embossing over the pattern paper! cute bag
    thanks
    Holly

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  47. Karen Rice

    Beautiful Valentine bag–my friends and I might "lift" the idea when we get together this week!  Thanks!

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  48. Trudi Wilbur

    That is my new favorite background stamp, love it!  Cute little treat bag!

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  49. Angie Hall

    Latrice, the treat bag is so elegant. All the extra things you added(stitching, yarn and decrative edges) made it special. Thanks

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  50. Karen aka Soccerboyzmom

    Those bags are adorable and I like the hearts

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  51. Amanda Coleman

    What a fun and sweet project!   I love the stitching through the hearts.

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  52. Christine J

    Love it! Super cute and fast, perfect for a busy mom.

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  53. Rosann

    Hi  Latrice!
    Thanks for the tutorial, this is a neat project!

    Reply
  54. Miriam Prantner

    Cute and easy bag.  Thanks for the video!

    Reply

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