Hello Everybody!

I am sharing with you today this Halloween Paper Gift Treat Bag.


 A few weeks ago I received in the mail these EXTRAORDINARY EKSuccess Tools.

The packaging made me smile right away.

Even before I used them I thought that these tools would make a great gift.


After using my EKSuccess Tools I can say that they are simply awesome.

We are talking about cuteness and quality at the same time.

Are you ready for a quick tutorial?




I used a bunch of my new EKSuccess Tools,

including punches, adhesives, cutter and markers.

I also used a paper bag and scrapbooking paper.



The first thing I did was to use EKSuccess Tools pattern punch.

I love the simple lace look of it!


Take a closer look… So adorable!


The second step was to decorate the bag.

I used the EKSuccess Tools Cutting Board to make the front of the bag.

Then I cut some other pieces of paper that I ended up using as tags.


I glued the paper to the front of the bag.

 At this point the bag looked like this.


Embellishing the bag was the best part.

I want to use this bag to give my neighbor some of my Two Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies.

I thought it would be cute to add the recipe as part of the bag.

All I did was print it on this awesome paper and then I used the same punch that I showed you before.

Oh the details!


After this I used the coolest scissors ever.

I love how perfectly these EKSuccess Tools Scissors cut and because they are so pointy they make the best angles.

Make sure to use foam dot circles to make a 3D effect to your cards, bags and pages.


I used one of the corner punches , the metallic marker and the pattern scissors to

give some character  to the different pieces of paper.

I love it!


All I had left was to assemble the bag…

Put every piece in place and just like that I was done!



Now I am waiting for next month to get here…

Fill my little bag with cookies and give it away to my sweet neighbor.


I hope you give EKSuccess Tools a try.

These EKSuccess Tools are available at select Wal-Marts.

How cool and easy is that?

Have fun creating!

 Happy Monday!




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Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.

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20 Responses to DIY Paper Gift Treat Bag

  1. Connie says:

    This is adorable! This would be such a wonderful treat to receive indeed! Love how you included the recipe.

  2. Absolutely adorable, Desiree! Great use of all of the tools. I love that scallop border punch!

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