Hi there! I can't believe Easter is almost here! I put together a bunch of Easter goody bag treats for my kids to give out to their classmates this Thursday (they're off for Good Friday). I am also linking this project for the Polkadoodles Easter Blog Hop going on now through this Sunday noon, with the Easter theme.
The goody bags were each filled with three different "eggs" treat containers I purchased from Walmart. A few containers were actually shaped like cupcakes. We (my kids helped, of course) put together a total of 35 bags. Here's a closeup of a couple. The ones with the green tags are for my DS's class and the ones with the yellow tags are for my DD's class.
The tags were created using an image from the Silhouette Store, cut with the Cameo. This particular image is one of a set of four by Jamie Koay. The image was cut using the print and cut feature on the Silhouette Studio because I wanted to put "Blessed Easter" and my kids' names on the tags.
Here's a screen shot of the tags in Silhouette Studio. I used the Angelica font, and flood-filled the font with black ink before sending the page to print in my printer.
Now the back of the buttons fit nicely onto the tags. I threaded the twine onto the buttons through the back of the tags and voila! Hope you like my project for the Polkadoodles challenge hop - that was a fun one! I'll be back in a few days to share with you all the ones I've made for my kids' teachers. Have a pleasant day!