How to make DIY Easter gift bags with personalized gift tags #favors #hangtags #tutorial

I love celebrating holidays and getting inspired to make something new each year. For Easter this year, I decided to make gift bags decorated with my own art doodles. I plan to fill them up with candy and strategically (and secretly) leave them for my friends and family to find. I hope these little surprises will brighten their day!

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Easter Gift Bags

How to make DIY Easter Gift bags with personalized tags #tutorial #hangtag #favors

Supplies:

• Muslin gift bags (I ordered mine online from Celestial Gifts on Etsy)
Fabric markers
Personalized favor tags
• Candy of your choice
• Easter grass (optional)

Assembly:

To decorate my bags, I used a set of Tulip brand neon fabric markers. For inspiration, I looked up some fun Easter egg designs on Pinterest and then started doodling. For my first bag, I drew some simple spring flowers. Next, I experimented with different Easter egg designs. I especially liked covering an entire bag with a hand drawn flower pattern. You could also try drawing a bunny, an Easter greeting, or a person’s name.[printfriendly]

How to make DIY Easter gift bags #tutorial #hangtags #favors

Once you’ve finished decorating your bags, you can stuff them with a little Easter grass and a handful of your favorite candy. Pull the drawstring opening closed and tie together with a personalized favor tag. I chose small diamond tags in pink and lilac in the style Color Wash.

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How to make DIY Easter gift bags with personalized tags #favors #tutorial #hangtags

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More DIY Easter ideas:

Bird Nest Treats Mini Easter Terrariums Handmade Doily Baskets Daffodil Centerpiece

Easter Collection:

Rachel (158 Posts)

Rachel Beyer is an artist, designer and creative maker based in Portland, OR. She loves crafting, party planning and illustration. Rachel runs her own creative blog, Adventures In Making and also has a line of greeting cards, art prints and handmade goodies called Camp Smartypants.


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