I put together these Easter goodie bags for my Easter celebration and had my son paint all the gift tags.
When it comes to goody bags and party favors, the more handmade the better. We are always painting and making, so he was just one “canvas” to paint. It’s so easy and simple.
It’s so cute that I want to share it…
The fact that these Easter treat bags can be tweaked to fit literally any holiday party or goodie bag idea is a big win in my book. I can imagine something similar working well for birthday party favors, Christmas goodie bags, Valentine’s Day treat bags, and even Halloween party bags. They make so many different wooden tag shapes for holidays and special occasions.
As you can imagine, there isn’t much to this project. But I wanted to share the source in case you want to do something similar.
easter goody bags
- On a recent trip to Palm Springs, I found a cool spot-dyed bag at a place called. mojave flea The brand is All Roads. I checked the All Roads website and couldn’t find the bag online but it is dyed the same silk bandana is made. I like subtle patterns.
- Felt carrots felt easter garland that I participated
- I found a wooden egg blank at my local craft store.but these are are very similar and already have holes. The one I purchased didn’t have a hole in it, so I had to use a small drill bit to make a hole in it and turn it into a tag.
- Finally, I used leftover thread from a previous project to attach the felt carrots to the Easter egg tags and the drawstring on the bag itself.
Hope this helps. happy easter!