DIY Popsicle Treat Bags You’ll Drool Over

Summertime is perfect for bright, colourful imagery! It’s also a time for parties, gifts and treats. So, I decided to create a tutorial for quick and easy treat bags featuring cool treats. Take a peek at these cuties:

Popsicle Treat Bags

Popsicle Treat Bags Supply List

I used Stampin’ Up! products from my craft stash to create this popsicle inspired card:

Here’s the measurements of the supplies that I used: 

  • Tasty Treats Designer Series Paper: 2-1/2″ x 4″

Instructions

Step 1: Stamp the popsicle with bite out of it in Pool Party ink on the Whisper White Cardstock. Tip: for a lighter color, stamp once on a scrap piece of paper, then stamp again onto the cardstock. The image will appear lighter.

Step 2: Stamp the popsicle’s shine mark in Pool Party ink on top of the first inked image.

Step 3: Stamp the popsicle’s stick in Crumb Cake ink below the popsicle image, but touching, so it looks like a real popsicle.

Step 4: Use the Big Shot to cut out the popsicle image from the cardstock.

Step 5: Stamp the tall popsicle in Watermelon Wonder ink on the Whisper White Cardstock. Tip: for a lighter color, stamp once on a scrap piece of paper, then stamp again onto the cardstock. The image will appear lighter.

Step 6: Stamp the popsicle’s shine mark in Watermelon Wonder ink on top of the first inked image.

Step 7: Stamp the popsicle’s stripes in Watermelon Wonder ink on top of the first inked image.

Step 8: Stamp the popsicle’s stick in Crumb Cake ink below the popsicle image, but touching, so it looks like a real popsicle.

Step 9: Use the Big Shot to cut out the tall popsicle image from the cardstock.

Step 10: Cut out a notched V from each end of the piece of patterned paper (2-1/2″ x 4″), so that it looks like a banner.

Step 11: Fold the paper in half lengthways (from 4″ you will fold at 2″). Do this twice, one for each treat bag.

Step 12: Fill the cellophane bags with treats of your choice. Fold the top over and hold.

Step 13: While holding the folded top of the cellophane bag, slide the patterned paper on top, so that the fold of the bag is tucked inside the folded piece of paper with the folds touching each other. Position it the way you want it, then staple once in the middle.

Step 14: Using glue dots, adhere the popsicle to the patterned paper over top of the staple. I used one glue dot in the centre of the popsicle.

You’ve now completed your treat bags! Congratulations!

If you enjoyed this tutorial check out another Cool Treats inspired tutorial: You’re the Cherry on my Sundae Card

Cool Treats Cards

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