These little party bags are so cute and they’re really simple to make. The little “window” on the front is a fun way to show the delicious goodies inside. I used a plain brown paper bag for this one but they would look adorable with coloured bags or why not try using a white paper bag and the kids could decorate it with stickers, drawings or stamps. These bags aren’t limited to Easter of course. Simply change the shape of the “window” and they can be adapted to any event or party theme. The window is easier to create than you might think and you don’t need any artistic skills (believe me, I cannot draw!!) I simply used a cookie cutter as my template.
How to make an Easter Party Favor Bag
Easter themed cookie cutter (eggs, bunnies, chickens etc)
Ribbon or twine
Hole punch (optional)
Candy to fill your bag!
Using the cookie cutter as a template, draw a shape on to the front of the bag.
Cut out the shape from the bag.
You will be left with a hole in the bag in the shape of your cookie cutter. Cut a rectangle of clear cellophane, large enough to cover the hole in the paper bag. Slide the cellophane inside the bag and attach it to the bag using the adhesive tape. Fill the bag with candy and treats. I added some Easter grass as well. Fold over the top of your bag, make two holes in the top of the bag using the hole punch or the pointed end of your scissors. Thread through some pretty ribbon or twine and tie in a bow. Voila! A pretty Easter party favour bag.
What’s your favourite Easter candy? What would you put inside your treat bag?
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