Easter Tutorial Tuesday

April 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Core Blog, Scor Pal

Happy Tuesday Everyone!

Today’s Tutorial comes from Design Team Member Char Dobson. Char made the cutest Easter Treat Bags using Core’dinations Vintage Cardstock and is sharing them with us today.

Step 1: Cut a 4” x 12” piece of Core’dinations cardstock. Using the back side of your cardstock; score at 4.5”, 6.5” and 11”.

Step 2: Using your scoring tool, make a grid line pattern on the 4” x 4.5” section.

Step 3: Fold along 4.5”, 6.5” and 11” scored lines. Turn cardstock over and sand with your Sand It Gadet.

Step 4: Cut a window into the grid section using your Nestabilities, Coluzzle or other cutting tool. The window should be slightly closer to the fold line.

Step 5: If desired, add an alternate piece of 2” x 4” cardstock on the 1” end flap. This is what your treat bag should look like so far:

Step 6: Line up cardstock and punch holes through the 4” x 4.5” grid section and 2” flap. Embellish. I used my Cricut to cut out tiny egg shapes, and ran them through my Xyron sticker maker.

Step 7: Place treats in a small plastic or cellophane bag. Staple on to the inside of the 4” x 6.5” section.

Step 8: Fold treat bag together and place the flap over top. Run a cute ribbon through and you’re finished!



17 Responses to “Easter Tutorial Tuesday”
  1. mary pat says:

    oh what a cute idea! thanks for the great tutorial–going to have to try this one!–

  2. Cari Locken says:

    So adorable Char!!

  3. Cindy D says:

    Love it! Love it! Love it!

  4. Debbie C says:

    What a great Easter treat bag….love it!

  5. steph says:

    what a great idea. love it.

  6. Lesa Bean says:

    Oh this is so sweet!!! I’m off to make one for my mom!! Thanks for the share!!

  7. Donna W says:

    What a great idea and the tutoral was great.
    Love that she did it the way she did instead of a video.
    This way I can print the instructions and have them in front
    of me when I make my Easter Bags/treats. Thanks for a great idea
    and tutorial.

  8. Lisa P says:

    So Cute. Looks so fun yet it looks easy to do.

  9. julie says:

    cute, cute, cute!

  10. Aymee Gandy says:

    I love how you scored the lines with your Scor-Pal and sanded! Clever!!! And the candy is a perfect touch! Beautiful project!

  11. rkokes says:

    what a great project!!

  12. conniemelancon says:

    this is so cute!!

  13. Tona says:

    Great project! Too cute.

Speak Your Mind

Tell us what you're thinking...
and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!

45 queries. 0.669 seconds