Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Father's Day Goodie Bags

These goodie bags are so easy to make and can be filled with treats, notes, or any kind of fun surprise for Daddy!

  • Brown paper lunch sacks
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Tape

Here's what you do:
  • Using scrapbook paper, cut out a tie shape, and glue it onto your bag.
  • (Before doing the next step, fill your bag with the goodies of your choice.)

  • Similar to the Easy Father's Day Card we made (HERE), you simply cut 2 slits at the top of the bag that you fold over to look like the collar of a shirt. Secure them down with clear tape so that the bag can be opened by simply taking the tape off, like this:

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The Wade's said...

This is adorable!! I love it!!!

Hank Hendricks said...
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sheldon clothes folder said...

This is awesome!! I love it

Rachael Relton said...

ah great going to use this for my little fathers day chocolates! will cite your blog

pauline@lessonslearntjournal.com said...

These are just awesome :) Love it! I'll be featuring this post as part of my Fathers Day roundup. xo Pauline

Tammy Griffin said...

Omg so easy and so cute

Kim Anderson said...

These are so stinkin adorable! Must do this project with my son this year!

Anonymous said...

Perfect project for daycares to do

Michelle said...

These are super cute!

Lime & Mortar said...

Hey just wanted to let you know i linked this idea to my blog. Thanks for sharing


Meredith Amand said...

I love your goodie bag craft! I've included it in my Father's Day Paper Craft round-up. Thanks for sharing your idea!