Good things come in small packages, right?
Like chocolate. Lots and lots of chocolate.
I've got some tiny treat bags to share with you today! The die set they're from is super versatile because you can embellish (or not) as much as you'd like...
The Tent Gift Bag die set is a staple that every crafter should own- it makes the perfect little treat container that can be used for any occasion. It's base shape is cut from one single sheet of paper all in one pass through the die cutting machine. Easy peasy!
There are several choices of interior decoration for the front panels. Here it's just black card stock layered over a tiny script paper. I added a little '31' cut from another scrap of paper, tied the bag up with some seam binding and added a little stamped tag.
The '31' medallion is bumped up with a tiny piece of scrap chipboard to add a little dimension.
This bag's front panel was cut from orange glitter card stock with another little '31' cut from the same scrap of paper as the other bag.
The tiny bag can also be made without any decorative panels on it, taking advantage of the paper's own design.
The hardest part of the whole project was stopping after making only three bags!