Mini Treat Bag Tutorial

Hi stamping friend! I thought I’d share with you a Mini Treat Bag tutorial that I first shared in one of my February newsletters.

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This particular one was done in February, with Valentine’s Day in mind. But just change up the paper and use a different sentiment, and it will fit whatever occasion you need it for.

Mini Treat Bag Tutorial



STAMP SET: Birthday Blooms (140655 wood, 140658 clear)

INKS: Berry Burst (144083)


Painted with Love Designer Series Paper (145580) 6” x 6” plus 2” x 2”

Whisper White cardstock: (100730) 3” x 3”

Berry Burst cardstock: (144243) 3” x 3”


Simply Scored Scoring Tool (122334)

Big Shot (143263)

Stitched Shapes Framelits (145372)

Sweet & Sassy Framelits (141707)

Tear & Tape (138995)

Berry Burst 3/8” Metallic-Edge Ribbon (145489) 6” length

Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)

Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

Paper Snips (103579)


  1. Place 6” x 6” DSP onto Simply Scored board. Score at 1”, 2 ¾”, 3 ¾”, and 5 ½”
  2. Turn 90degrees, and score at 1” and 4 ½”
  3.  With the side with the 1” score line, cut up each score line to the 1” score line. Remove the smallest rectangle at one end. (See picture)
  4. With the side with the 4 ½” score line, cut & remove all squares except the 2nd one in from the smallest end. See picture for details.
  5. Fold and burnish on all score lines.
  6. Place Tear & Tape on the skinniest rectangle on one end, and on the first rectangle on the bottom. See picture for placement.
  7. Remove backing on the Tear & Tape, and attach the 2 long edges together, with the skinny flap on the inside.
  8. Remove backing on the Tear & Tape, fold in bottom flaps and adhere closed.
  9. Gently push in the two sides of the bag, and fold top flap closed. Use Paper Snips to round the corners of the flap, if desired.
  10. Wrap the 6” length of ribbon around the flap, tying it closed with a knot in the front. Trim excess ribbon with the Paper Snips.
  11.  On the 3”x3” white cardstock, stamp the sentiment from the Birthday Blooms stamp set in Berry Burst ink.
  12. Use the Big Shot with the Stitched Shapes Framelits to die cut the sentiment in an oval shape.
  13. Use the Big Shot with the Sweet & Sassy Framelits to die cut 1 medium heart from Berry Burst cardstock, and 1 small heart from Painted with Love DSP.
  14. Attach the large heart to the back of the sentiment oval with liquid glue.
  15.  Attach the sentiment oval to the front of the bag with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  16. Finally, attach the small heart to the front of the sentiment with liquid glue.

Mini Treat Bag Tutorial

The ‘X’s show which pieces to remove after cutting; the lines show you on which score lines to cut. In the second picture, you can see what your piece should look like, once the pieces are removed, and where your adhesive is to be placed.

This Painted with Love Designer Paper is so pretty, it can be used for any occasion!


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Mini Treat Bag Tutorial

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

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