Holiday Bag Assortment
These bags worked out great for giving out baked goods to the office. The bags held an ample amount of cookies as well as mini banana breads. I would order these again, without hesitation.
December 29, 2008
Great Value and Quality
Perfect size for selling candy at our buffet
October 5, 2012
Cute & Cheap
My mom was having an event for about 75 people and she was going to give candy. Instead of placing the candy in bowls or cups I thought it would be cute to make them look like gifts if we placed them inside the bags. Lengthwise I think the bags were a little too long but other than that they were perfect. All the attendees loved it and it was really easy to tie. The only thing I would recommend is for the ties to be included because I had to go out and buy ribbons to tie them with.
December 8, 2011
Great for Holiday Treats
These can be used for gifts or edible treats. They are festive and easy to use. I highly recommend them!
January 3, 2011
Cant go wrong
I order these bags each year to put all kinds of things in from candy to cookies to different prizes in for the party guests. Each year these bags hold up to whatever "test" I put them through on holding all the goodies I have in store. They are always on my list of these to order from the site. It makes it nice to get so many in all the different colors and designs.
November 14, 2010
Very festive and strudy cellophane bags. I would recommend.
January 19, 2010
lots of uses
These bags are great for a variety of baked goods. They hold a decent amount of cookies. I also filled them with flavored pretzels and toffee crackle. Perfect size for holding a mini loaf of bread.
January 19, 2009
These bags were just what i needed for christmas goodies. Got lots of them in the order and can use them again next year. Just wish they came with a tie......could that be arranged? Thanks for the great product
January 15, 2009
I used the bags for many things. Cookies, gift bags etc.
January 12, 2009
For the price, great deal
I make caramel corn and these are great for that.
January 6, 2009