Muslin Easter Treat Bags

Happy Friday!  Are you as excited as I am that the weekend is here?  Tonight I’m heading to the St. Louis Vintage Market Days!  Will I see any of you there?  {smile}  I am so super excited to see all the vendors goodies, spend way too much money and find one-of-a-kind inspiration.

Well, I’m back today with another fun Easter craft.   For some reason my mind is going in a gazillion directions lately!  I try to capture a thought/idea every now and again and go to work.  I have an inspiration board on Pinterest.  It’s top secret! {hee-hee}  I pin pictures that inspire me or inspire an idea.  That’s where these Muslin Easter Treat Bags come into the picture.

Super fun and easy Muslin Easter Treat Bags with livelaughrowe.comThese are so super duper cute —and— so super duper easy!  I think these little bags filled with Easter treats would make a whole lot of people smile!  Don’t you?

Alrighty, let’s start by grabbing our supplies!

supplies for easter muslin treat bags

Here is a break down of what you need!

supply list for muslin easter treat bags
muslin drawstring bags
pink felt tip marker (mine is Paper Mate)
ultra fine tip black marker (mine is Sharpie)
letter stamps/stencils

Got everything?  Ready?  Let’s do this!

muslin easter treat bags tutorial

Let’s start with the bunny face muslinEaster treat bag!  The first think you’ll want to do is draw your bunny face onto paper/cardstock to use as your template.  I drew mine on a tag and it fit perfectly into the bag.  Now, grab both of your markers, muslin bags and your template.  We’re about to get our cuteness on!

adorable and incredibly easy muslin easter treat bagsSlide your template into your back and trace it using the appropriate markers!

Adorable DIY Rabbit Muslin Easter Treat BagsThat’s it!  You’re done.  Did I say ‘easy?’  Now let’s make the Happy Easter treat bags!  For this one, I used a mini letter stencil set I had on hand; however, you could free hand it -or- use stamps if you have them on hand.

Once again, I did try to create a very non-professional template to use so that the text would be centered.  I slipped that into my muslin bag.

diy happy easter muslin treat bagsI didn’t trace the letters, however, I did use my stencil.  I’m a wee-bit of a perfectionist, so I had to take a few extra steps.  Ha!  I’ve seen these made with letter stamps, but I knew that would probably be the death of me.  I’m sitting here chuckling.

There we have two muslin Easter treat bags to make and share with those we love.  What do you think?  Fill them with some of your favorite treats or little trinkets for the kids!  Even better, they’re reusable!

Simple Muslin Easter Treat Bags with livelaughrowe.comIf you like these, be sure to check out my Vintage Easter Bunny Favors and my Spring Flower Candy Cup Favors!  Have a lovely weekend and happy crafting!

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Comments

    • says

      Thanks for stopping by Joyce! Yes…the seniors and elderly would love a treat bag like these made with love by children. :) Enjoy the rest of your weekend. xo.

  1. says

    Kelly, I am in love with these cute little treat bags! So much more fun than those plastic ones… pinning these and maybe I’ll have time to do this for the 2nd grade class tomorrow. :)

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