Tiny Treat Bags are so Quick, Easy and Cute

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Two Fat Quarters Will Make Four Bags!

Tiny little treat bags are so cute for Halloween – and Christmas, Easter, birthdays, weddings and other special occasions. Simply choose fabrics to suit and think of creative ways to display and give them.

Add name tags and set them at place settings. Hang them from the Christmas tree or arrange them with other items in a centerpiece. There are so many other ways they can be used, too, so let your imagination go and have fun thinking up ways to put them to use.

Tiny Treat Bags

They’re very simple to make, too. All you need are two fat quarters and some grosgrain or satin ribbon to make four. Or, dig into your scraps and make each one different.

Tiny Treat Bags

Tiny Treat Bags

Tiny Treat Bags

Tiny Treat Bags

Tiny Treat Bags

Totes by Jody from Jody’s Crafty Creations.

The finished bags, designed by Monica Solorio-Snow of Happy Zombie, are 4″ × 4″ × 2″.

Click here for the free “Tiny Treats” bag pattern.

If the link above does not work, download the pattern PDF here.


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