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September 22, 2009

Comments

Catherine

Fantastic idea with the sweet treat cup on the front of the bag. Looks marvelous! Where did you find those M&M's?

Val

Sooo cute! Love the box!

Sarah

Thanks for figuring out how to do this and sharing with us. I too don't want someone to rip my card/project up to get the candy. Also I wanted to comment on your blog banner --- I love what you did with the pumpkins! You are forcing me to invest in My Digital Studio.

LeeLa Smith

Wow, you ALWAYS amaze me!! I love the idea of the door. I did mine a bit different but I think I like your's better!! So jealous that you were in St George. Hope you had a great time.

Lori Burkit

Love it! Thanks for the tutorial. I'll have to give this a try!

Linda Anderson

What a sweet little bag! I like the idea of using the trap door; when I used the sweet treat containers you had to rip the card open from the back -- great idea!

Dale

Fabulous idea Heather and so adorable.

Heather Summers

My doors measure 2 1/4 x 2 1/2. I just made it so it was 1/4 of an inch bigger than the opening. On a card, it would be nice to have a bit more "room to play" (ie. a bit bigger) Have a great day!

Connie Updegraff

Thanks for the tutorial. I love the idea of a slider door. I had a customer tell me when we made the treat bag, she didn't like the idea of someone tearing up her card to get the candy out. This is a great idea.
I didn't get the dimensions of the slider door. I have 2 1/4 by ?.
Thanks for doing this.
Connie

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