DIY Christmas Stenciled Treat Bags

Hey friends, so over this weekend I worked on some pretty simple and cute projects. My lovely sis came over so we cracked open some diet cokes, cranked up some Christmas music, and got cracking on some Christmas crafts/gifts.  It sure was a festive laughing good time!!! I made a Noel pennant, I stenciled some burlap stockings, and I stenciled these cute DIY Christmas Stenciled Treat Bags. You can fill these cute bags up with any kind of Christmas candy you like, or put an ornament in them, a couple bags of popcorn, or some packets of hot cocoa, you name it. These would make great neighbor gifts, teacher gifts, or those “just in case” gifts. 

So here they are!

Here are the supplies I used, i.e.; a Martha Stewart stencil, some acrylic paints, a round sponge brush and I must say that my Elmer’s Red Painters Pen really made the treat bags. I used the pen to add the bulbs to the tree, to hand write Noel, Joy, and Peace, and to give the reindeer a red nose. SO FUN! 

For more stenciled Christmas cotton treat bags check out the monogrammed ones I made last year here!
You can find the cute cotton bags here
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Comments

  1. Once again you rocked it! Love the bright cheery bags!

  2. Super cute! I am pinning 🙂

  3. I love these!!!

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