Carrot-Shaped Goody Bags
Great Treat Bags
Our annual Father's Day Luncheon has a "farm" theme, "Taters and Toppings". These carrots will be filled with candies and given to the Dads as a party favor
June 7, 2011
Super cute! I filled these with cheese balls for a Max and Ruby themed party and they were definitely a hit! Would be great to use for Easter or for something Snowman themed as well. Great size, easy to use and cute addition to the party!
November 12, 2013
very cute but...
A couple of the dozen I bought were split.. I ended up now using them.. I didn't have enough good ones for all my neices and nephews =(
April 3, 2012
My bags didn't split.
That was a great review-using miniature marshmallows--I filled the bags with a few of those first, then used M and M's. It worked out great.
Flat bag size: Orange: 5.5 inches tall and 4 inches wide
Green: 3 inches tall, 6 inches wide
Push on the seams before filling--luckily I got a strong set.
May 28, 2011
Not worth the Hassel
I bought 16 dz of these out of 16 dozen only 10 actual bags had sealed edges.The edges of about 15 dz bags were broken and had holes. All the popcorn came right through the sides. I had to seal all the sides before actually filling them. They are not worth it.
April 13, 2011
Cute-Note: Does not include jelly beans!
I wasn't paying attention and thought these were filled with jelly beans based on the picture. I thought "Oh wow! What a steal!" Opps! Still cute though. = )
March 30, 2011
These bags are cute. Just beware they are tiny you cant fit to much in them and they do not come with tie ties. I used some green ribbon to tie them up.
April 5, 2010
Very festive and entertaining.
March 30, 2010
Cute as a Bunny
These are perfect for Easter candy that isn't wrapped such as jelly beans. I also filled some with the cute suckers and other Easter candy I ordered from Oriental Trading. I have six grandchildren so each get two Carrot bags full of candy and money. These would be perfect for classroom parties.
March 24, 2010
I bought enough to pass out for my 1st and 2nd graders classrooms and Girl Scout troops. I'll fill them with mini marshmallows, which I know the kids will love!
March 23, 2010