DIY Terrific Canvas Drawstring Treat Bags
These bags are adorable. Good quality, too. I'll be using Crayola fabric markers on them.
February 26, 2010
Excellent little bags
The bags are really nice looking.I purchase these in sets of 3.The are super sturdy and excellent for screen printing on.You can just add your logo and pass them out filled with whatever you like.People love them and they feel good about your company
April 19, 2011
Great subsitute to goody bag
These are a great substitue for goody bags. Used them for my sons birthday party and personalized each bag with iron on names. Everyone loved it. When ironing on, it does take longer than the 20 sec that the iron paper says, but still worked well.
February 2, 2011
Canvas drawstring bags
We used these for our David and Goliath story.
They are good quality for the money. The strings could be pulled out, so we added a knot to the end. We used fabric markers to decorate for an easy craft project. It was large enough to hold the 6 stones easily.
July 30, 2010
Decorate w/ iron-on transfers,fabric markers, etc.
June 28, 2010
Bag was good but small.
We used these for my daughter's birthday party. We let the kids decorate them and then they used them for the pinata. They were pretty easy to draw on. They don't hold very much in them. We did have to give a few kids a paper bag to hold the candy that didn't fit.
June 7, 2010
Great for organizing school materials
I was looking for something economical to separate my kids homemade flash cards -- 2 inches by 3 inches. Ziplock bags were getting too slippery to manage all these flashcard . These little canvas bags are perfect -- just the right size for our flashcards, sturdy, inexpensive, and the kids can decorate them. We just wrote names on the outside of the flashcards like "Silent E" or "Compound Words".
November 2, 2009
These bags were very easy to use, color upon, etc. We used them for pirate goody bags for the VBS, Veggie Tales Pirates Who Don't Do Anything.
Watch out for the strings though, kids pull them out much too easily.
August 25, 2009