Halloween Envelope Treat Sacks

Hello there, crafty friends. I decided to continue the STAMPtember celebration with more inspiration using THIS new release…

I make a lot of treat bags during the Holidays and wanted to share an idea with something that we all likely have on hand…envelopes. Simply fill with treats and they make a great treat sack!

The first envelope is a long, slimline envelope…

I started by white heat embossing a sentiment from THIS stamp set along the bottom of THIS slimline envelope. I stamped the images from THIS stamp set and colored them with Copic Markers. I used THESE coordinating dies to cut them out and adhered them on top of the embossed sentiment.

The best part of the size of this envelope is it fits an XL candy bar perfectly…

I have another envelope treat sack idea using a smaller, regular A2 size envelope…

I started by applying THIS paste through THIS stencil on a black envelope. After it was completely dry, I applied strips of neon enamel on top and ran it through my MINC machine to apply heat. I added THIS die-cut word on top.

I found a large sized candy bar that fits perfectly inside…

I added some decorative washi tape to the back to give a finishing touch…

I hope this inspires you to create a treat sack from an envelope. I will be making these for the Christmas holidays too!

Thank you for visiting. Happy STAMPtember!

P.S. I’ve linked to the entire STAMPtember release below as well as supplies used on today’s projects.

LINKS TO STAMPTEMBER RELEASE:

LINKS TO SUPPLIES USED ON TODAY’S PROJECTS:


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