Monday, March 25, 2019

MFT Treat Bag Topper Kit Day 2




Are you ready for more Treat Bag Topper inspiration? This super fun kit
will go on sale tomorrow, March 26th at 10AM EST in the MFT Store!

For today's project, I made some favors for an ocean themed birthday party.
All products that are part of the kit are shown in boldface type.



The Treat Bag Topper was cut from Summer Splash card stock and waves were stenciled
on the front.  The sentiment was stamped on top and plants were stamped on the bottom
with white pigment ink.



Assorted fish were white embossed on watercolor card stock, then colored with
Distress inks and daubers before cutting them out with the matching Die-namics.



Three flat treat bags were filled with Goldfish crackers and I managed to
seal them with a FoodSaver®. The topper was adhered to the bag with double
sided tape, and the fish were adhered to them and finished off with sequins.

Visit today's Kit Countdown post for more inspiration and get ready to
purchase your Treat Bag Topper Kit tomorrow. Thanks for stopping by!



12 comments:

  1. I think all of your treat bags were so adorable. However, my granddaughters are very partial to goldfish crackers, so you know which is my favorite. Thanks for sharing and Happy Easter!

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  2. Love your fish treat bags. Such a cute idea for school lunches!

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  3. So adorable and cool!!! Love them, Donna. :o)

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  4. I love how you colored your fish. This is such a cute idea.

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  5. The fish look fun to color. I like how you decorated the background.

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  6. Donna, this fish scene is so delightful...the perfect topper for this treat! tfs

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  7. Great Birthday fishes with fish crackers inside!

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  8. Cute little gift bag. I love the birthday fishes with the goldfish crackers.

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  9. These treat bags are too cute to open, Donna! Beautifully stenciled and sponged. They'll sure make fantastic birthday party favors and kids would LOVE them. (I do too!)
    Thanks for sharing the picture of the sponged fish on the watercolor card stock!
    Hideko xx

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