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trick or treat!

Hope you all have an awesome Halloween!

Had to quick use up the cutest Halloween fabric I bought a while back by Riley Blake.  Jeni‘s drawstring bag tutorial was the perfect choice, so I decided to make 4.  My girls love them, they even carried around candy in them for a while until they decided to sneak upstairs and eat most of it.  Of course.

The other two are headed to their teachers, filled with a little Halloween treat inside.
 

16 thoughts on “trick or treat!

  1. Sew Much Ado says:

    Cute little bags! My making bags project this year turned into buying those plastic pumpkin buckets for $1, haha :). Love your’s!

  2. Jeni says:

    EEEK! They are so so cute!!

    Riley Blake really knows what they’re doing when it comes to Halloween fabrics! Adorable! 🙂

  3. So stinkin’ cute!!
    I could not for the life of me figure out a cute halloween teachers gift for my kids to give! I love this idea. Happy Halloween!

  4. ayumills says:

    So cute!! I have been wanting to try Jeni’s tute too! It looks like such a fun and quick project!

  5. that’s cuter than the paper bag i sent Henry out with 🙂

  6. Super cute! They remind me of the bags my grandma use to make for us grandkids every halloween!

  7. Vanessa says:

    Awesome fabric! Happy Halloween 🙂

  8. I love your bags!
    The fabric is incredible, so cool!

  9. That fabric is so lovely, and the bags are brilliant.

  10. Fab says:

    Cute little bags 🙂 Happy Halloween.

  11. Wow, these are just so cute!!! I’ll have to remember this for next year. 😉

  12. Simply AJ says:

    Adorable!! Love the fabric and of course, you picked the perfect style bag to compliment this cute fabric – nice job 🙂 AJ@queenofmynest

  13. Carolyn says:

    Such adorable bags!

  14. Really cute fabric combination. I’m thinking of making some of these to wrap Christmas gifts this year. We’ll see if I can even get the gifts made first 🙂

  15. dana says:

    oh fun! perfect use for that fabric

  16. gail says:

    Those are so cool! I’m doing that next year for sure 🙂

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