Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

Sharing creative ideas through mixed media, stamps, embossing powder, charms, chipboard, stencils and designer collections

Good Morning!!! I am sharing with you today how to make a very easy candy bag. I know it looks to pretty to be easy but with the Lover’s Lane Pocket Dies from Craftwell and Xyron Adhesive it goes together so quickly it will surprise you.
 Fill a bag with candy bars, seal bag.
Cut 5″ x 12″ piece of pattern paper. Score on at 5″ and 7″, fold around candy bag, staple at top. 
Cut 4″ x 5″ grey card stock, score and fold in half. Punch border using scallop border punch. Place over top of bag and adhere in place. 
Die cut doily, words and hearts using Craftwell Cut N Boss.
Cut rectangle from pattern paper, corner punch with chomper. Run doily and rectangle through Xyron Creative Station. 
Place rectangle and doily to front of candy bag.
Using Xyron 1.5″ Sticker Maker run the heart die cut through to apply adhesive to back. 
Place on the top of header. Add ribbon and bow to top. Place some of the hearts to the header with pop dots. Remove words from Xyron Adhesive Sheet and place on front of candy bag. Add gemstone. 

Well I hope you are inspired by my Life is Good Candy Bag and try to make a few candy bags for gift giving for family, friends and co workers. 

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 Supplies:
Xyron Creative Station
Xyron 1.5 Sticker Maker
Xyron Adhesive Dots
Craftwell Cut N Boss
Craftwell Lover’s Lane Pocket Memory Dies
Teresa Collins GlamFactor Collection
2 1/2″ circle punch
EK Success Scallop Border Punch
WRMK Deco Corner Chomper
MayArts Purple Ribbon
Queen & Co Purple Glitter Gemstone
Pop Dots
Black and Grey Card Stock
ScorePal

Xyron Design Team
I’m so happy to be a Xyron Design Team Member and help promote their wonderful products. They so generously supply us with so many fabulous Sticker Maker, Adhesive Runners, Glue Sticks, Adhesive Stations to work with like those that I’m using today.

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