Friday, September 4, 2015

Happy Fall Y'All - Hay Bale - Small Fold Over Tags and Bag Treats

These fun treats are last years favorite!! Check them out!!

This fun and healthy snack is so much better than candy! My kids love mini shredded wheats and snack on them all the time.. Yep..that's what those little hay bales are..
I used six little mini wheat cereal per bag and they fit snug as a bug

Find them in my party store at 


Tutorial can be found here for my small fold over tags





These fun little Halloween Thanksgiving or fall  fold overs are great school 

handouts or to give out to your trick or treaters! Great 


little craft to hand out for teachers!



Easy 

Peazy Project

You will need
One hay bale or small fold over tags digital sheet found in my party store!
Small 2x3 jewelry finding bags *found in hobby store or Walmart*
MINI shredded whats.. (frosting goes on the back of the bag)
Matte Photo Paper
Scissors and double stick tape!


                                                        
These are found by jewelry findings at hobby store at Walmart. You will need the 2x3 size. They come a 100 to a pack for a 1.00!


PRINT
The full printing looks best printed on photo glossy or matte paper. It gives the best quality and weight.
8.5 x 11 JPEG format at 300 dpi.
I have two papers I love
The dollar tree paper works wonderful if you want a glossy beautiful image. (I know..DOLLAR TREE...It is fantastic!) The dollar tree paper also has blank on the back!
 Kodak gloss paper works great. It prints perfect. Not  glossy, but with the perfect amount of shine for crystal clear images...They also have the perfect amount of thickness for a nice professional looking print. 
These can also be printed at your local printing center that prints on full sheets such as 
(Kinkos...Office max....Staples..etc...on glossy card stock looks great.....)

Just PRINT....CUT....and FOLD.
If you don't like the idea of photo paper a nice heavy matte card stock will work also!


Digital sheet looks like this before printing

Find them in my party store at 



Add tape, glue or staple you tag to your bag. That's it.
Full tutorial is here


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