Isn’t this Birthday Mini Treat Bag With the Birthday Memories Die Cuts such a cute way to send your Happy Birthday wishes to someone? I have always loved making these mini treat bags and putting a card inside. But now that we have the new designer paper and stamp set in the catalog that I used here, we can do many more fun things with the treat bag!
Did you see the Birthday Memories Designer Series Paper in the new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog? It is so fun and cute and almost a little vintage looking! Perfect for young children but really for anyone! I don’t know who wouldn’t smile upon receiving a card made with pieces of this paper. The only problem with the paper is that you will hate to cut into and use it!
What’s even better is that there are die cuts that match the designer paper! The Birthday Friends Framelits Dies will cut out several of the images in the paper, like this foxy guy and his banner! I also stamped on the banner with the coordinating stamp set, Birthday Delivery Photopolymer Stamp Set. Lots of cute images in the stamp set as well. If you want to save 10%, get the Birthday Delivery Photopolymer Bundle that has the stamp set and framelit dies together. You WILL want both!
You’ll be able to use this Birthday Memories Designer Paper and Birthday Delivery Stamp Set for more occasions that just birthdays. It will be cute for party favors, invitations, and many other projects!
This is what the inserted card looks like. I stamped the balloons and die cut with one of the framelit dies in the set. I purposely made them stick up at the top off the card a little bit so when it is inside the card, you will see the edge of the balloons and know to pull out the card. You can see how you could easily make this into a birthday party invitation or some other congratulatory occasion.
And let’s not forget to mention the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies! These have been in the catalog before and I have so much fun with them! To make the bag, there are two dies, one cuts the front of the bag and part of the back. The other die cuts the other half of the back portion plus the fold that adheres to the front of the bag. It’s so simple, plus the die set comes with so many other fun pieces. I chose to make this mini treat bag simple by just adhering the die cuts from the Birthday Memories Paper on the front. I could have done lots more embellishing, but I thought this was cute enough as is! There are even other options to make besides a basic gift bag, such as I made in THIS POST.
Be sure to check out the Birthday Memories Suite in the catalog. You can order the Bundle and Designer Paper plus any other embellishments that you want so that you can make some fun cards and projects like this Birthday Mini Treat Bag With Birthday Memories Die Cuts.