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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Easy Gift Bag for an Office Treat or Table Favor

With Christmas just around the corner, this post is all about Holiday gift packaging.
I fact, today's post is part of a Blog Hop with lots of packaging ideas from
demonstrators all over the world.  Be sure to click through to see everyone's projects..


If you're like me you may have a small stash of pretty papers tucked away somewhere.
Why not use them to make cute little candy gift bags?
This sweet little bag is super easy to make from a 6" x 4.5" piece of paper.

Small candy treat bag with handles

The bag's small size is perfect for leaving a little gift on a co-worker's desk.
Hint: it easily fits 3 nuggets.
Or use it as a table favor by each place on your holiday table.



Cutting and scoring dimensions for a small gift bagThis bag is super easy to make (click the image to see it larger, or right click to download)
  • Cut a sheet of paper to a 6" x 4-1/2" size
  • Score long ways at 1-1/4" from each long side
  • Score side-ways at 1/2",  2-3/8", 3-5/8",  and 5-1/2" 
  • Cut each of the sideways score marks to meet the long score line
    yellow on the image to the right
  • If you want a ribbon handle (like on  my sample) punch holes before folding
  • Fold and glue according to the images below
how to fold a gift bag

Or watch this quick video to see how easy it is to make this little candy bag.


Give this project a try . . .
its a great way to use up your stash of designer paper.

And trust me, when you leave these little bags on your co-worker's desks
they'll be thinking sweet thoughts about you
while they enjoy their holiday sweets from you.




Would you like more ideas for holiday gift packaging?
Be sure to click through the rest of the links on the hop,
you'll find lots of other great project ideas.
Next up is Annette McMillan


  1. Shirley Merker
  2. Tracy Held
  3. Sue Boerner
  4. Sandra Roberts
  5. Sandy Ward
  6. Sue McDonald
  7. Katie Johnsonyou are here
  8. Annette McMillan

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you give these little treat bags a try.  They're easy to make and very much appreciated by people you give them to.

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2 comments:

Sue said...

Love this adorable bag!

Sandee904 said...

Katie, this is a great idea for using up scraps. For sure. Thank you for sharing!