The following post is from Kacey of Next Level Mama:
Easter is just weeks away, and Pinterest is buzzing with all manner of amazing Easter crafts, decor and, of course, baskets. I’d like to say I’ll be that mom whipping up some crazy beautiful Easter baskets filled with delectable treats, creative toys and timeless gifts, but that would be a lie. While I can spend hours browsing the pictures, I don’t see myself investing the time (and money) to get anything done. So, for now, I’m making peace with simple and easy.
Simple and easy like these Easter treat bags. You can knock them out while watching an episode of your favorite t.v. show. Make them for your kids, hand them out as favors after an Easter egg hunt or send your child to school with a batch.
- printable treat bag topper (each page makes two toppers measuring 6.5 x 2 inches when folded)
- 8.5 x 11-inch card stock paper (white or light colored, bright paper wok best)
- sandwich bags
Print the topper on card stock paper and cut along the border. Fold each topper in half lengthwise.
Fill bag with candy, then wrap topper around the top of the bag. You can roll or fold bag down as needed depending on how full the bags get.
Staple topper to bag.
What are you making for Easter? Have you seen any Easter-themed pins that had you saying, “Wow?”
|Kacey loves her kids to pieces and the many ways they’re refining her into a better person. She’s on a mission to inspire and encourage moms to take it to the next level. This die-hard Texas girl rarely meets a dessert she can refuse. You can find her at her blog, Next Level Mama, or tweeting away at @nextlevelmama.|