Archive for Tag: goody bags

October 26, 2010

Spooky Halloween Deliveries

By: Amy Atlas, in Amy's Latest, Behind The Scenes
We’re working on a fun project today at AAE.  We’re all bundled into 2 vans making drop-offs of Halloween treats for some of our clients.  If there were ever a day to do one of our v-logs, this would have been a good day!  Here’s a peek at some of the goody boxes we’re dropping off.   I’ll also show you a peek later in the week of another Halloween project that we’re working on today.  …
October 15, 2010

EEK! Trick for Treats

We have one more trick for your treats today!  This is another diy goody bag that we created for Lil Sugar. The directions are so simple…check it out…. Eek! Favor Bags Brown kraft bags – I bought from Michaels, but you can find at any craft store or online Eek! rub ons 1//8 inch hole puncher Orange yarn or string Candy of choice Rub on Halloween design according to rub on directions.  Fill bag up…
October 15, 2010

More Halloween Tricks for Treats & BIG Giveaway!

I’m back today with another Halloween trick we created for dressing up your treats. But before I get to that…I have an exciting Halloween giveaway for you.  Cocodot and I are giving away another FIFTEEN free annual subscriptions to Cocodot!  The first 100 winners from the last contest received their free membership last night and we saw lots of people tweeting about sending out our new Halloween collection for Cocodot!  Halloween is just around the…
October 14, 2010

Halloween Tricks for Treats

We created some tricks for dressing up your treats which we shared on Babble this week and I thought you guys would like to see them here as well.  These styling tricks are super easy to create.  I even had my kids join in on creating them! Here are the diy steps. Candy Cups Wilton cups (or dixie cups or cupcake wrappers) Scrap book paper of choice (there are lots of great Halloween patterns available…
September 07, 2010

Back-to-School Goody Bags

It’s back-to-school week for many kids across the country in the US and I’ll be sharing some great back-to-school baking and crafting ideas that we created for a magazine this week.  In the meantime, here is a fun and easy crafty diy project that you can do with your kids, nieces, nephews, etc.  These are colored paper sacks that are simply stamped with school stamps that we found here.  Simply fold over the bags, hole…