Metallic Snowflake Goody Bags
Cute Little Bags
These cute little bags were great for my daughter's birthday party! I love the fact that they are not see-through so the kids were a little surprised when they opened them and had fun trying to guess what was in them before they did :) My only suggestion is to note the size, they are a little smaller than the average gift bag and do not come with a tie of any sort.
January 24, 2012
Heavy weight bags were sturdy enough to hold all the goodies for my daughter's Frozen themed birthday party!
March 25, 2014
Such a small bag!
This bag is so tiny! Its about the size of a standard business envelope. Will hold 3 cookies or perhaps 6 hershey kisses, but not much else. I would consider it a gift card holder but not a goodie bag. I returned them in an extra holiday card envelope that I had, to avoid the extra postage for return.
November 11, 2013
Waste of $
Bags were extremely small... I am super disappointed n now I must purchase new goody bags for my daughter's birthday party :0(
November 26, 2011
Great product just wish it had ties with. They are small but worked fine for what i needed them for. Wish they offered one size up from this though.
December 23, 2010
These were the smallest goody bags ever. Came shipped in huge box that cost $6.95 to ship when they would of fit in standard envelope.
December 14, 2010
Small but pretty
Used these for dog biscuits for Christmas. Tied with a blue ribbon these looked so pretty. But they were rather small so I used them for just a few dog biscuits.
December 26, 2009
Great size, the right price, and nice quality! The bags fit 8-10 pieces of candy. I used Oriental Trading's silver curling ribbon to close the bags. Makes a nice little package!!
December 13, 2009
Perfect for snowflake bookmark/pens
I bought the snowflake book/pen sets for all of my nurses in the doctor's offices that help me. These bags went just perfect with the sets. They are not religious, but are perfect for the Holiday season, whether it be Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanza, etc.
November 27, 2009