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Cookie Gift Bag!! Cricut Sesame Street Friends…

Me love cookies!!!!  (That’s from Cookie Monster, you know that, right?) 😀

Oh, I LOVED making this cute gift for my Mom’s b’day.  She doesn’t live close to me, but after I packed these in a snug box, then placed that box inside a bigger box full of stuff I sent her…then surrounded the cookie box with puffy air bags…they got to her just fine.  😉  What can I say?  I love packing material.

Wait until I show you (tomorrow) the other 2 gifts I made for her.  Well, one is a card, but it’s a gift too, right?!  Don’t worry.  I did buy her something too.  She’s my MOM after all.  Though, I was very easy to love and a terrific kid.  Also, she doesn’t regularly read my blog, so I can pretty much rewrite my whole childhood on here and she’ll probably not notice.  😀

OK!  Here’s What I Used:

I used the adorable Sesame Street Friends Cricut cartridge to cut out the cookie.  I LOVE that cart!  I do have to say that someone mentioned to me that the cookie looks like an Emo cartoon character.  But…IT’S JUST A COOKIE!!  …though it may have 4 eyes, a Cindy Crawford mole and be smiling… MOVING ON…

Sesame Street Friends Cricut Cart = Cookie

Lyrical Letters = Happy B’day & Bow

I used a Marvy Giga scalloped square punch to form the back of the present.

Paper – IDK who makes it.  I bought in on Etsy.  Sorry.

Stampin’ Up Large Cello bags.  LOVE THESE!!!

Stapler, pop dots, Zig 2 Way Glue pen & my trusty ATG gun (LOVE)

Cookies – Taken right out of a box DH brought home.  Sorry Mom.  They were fresh…just not homemade. 😛

Here’s the back!

Here’s How I Made It:

It’s easy!!

  1. I added my store-bought cookies to the bag.
  2. I folded a piece of cardstock over and creased it with a bone folder.
  3. I stapled the cardstock onto the bag.  I staple twice, once on each end.  I’m careful to staple only in the area I’m planning to cover with more paper.  I don’t like my staples to show.
  4. I glued a piece of pretty paper over the stapled area.
  5. I added the cookie from the Sesame Street Friends cartridge and popped it out with some pop dots.
  6. I glued down the b’day and bow cuts that I had already attached to the scalloped square, making a cute little present.

I know you’re going to go make some awesome things!!

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