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I am kicking off the back to school edition of Craft Lightning this morning with this pencil gift bag. You can see more amazing 15 minute back to school crafts at the bottom of this post. Don’t forget to follow along with my co-hosts for this series as well: 30 Minute Crafts and Me and My Inklings. This quick and easy pencil gift bag is perfect to give to teachers or students or even for teachers to give to students. However you choose to use this cute little treat bag, they will only take you minutes to put together.
Items needed to make your own pencil gift bag:
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- Yellow and white striped bags (mine were sent free of charge from Baker’s Party Shop)
- Pink glitter tape
- Silver glitter tape
- Chalkboard labels
- Fine tip white paint marker
Fold the treat bag as shown in the image below.
Add a piece of silver glitter tape down the seam in the back.
Add pink glitter tape around the entire bag with the seam meeting in the back.
The front should be seamless.
Add an additional line of pink glitter tape as well as a line of silver. Then add on a chalkboard label to the front.
Write the message of your choice onto the label with the paint marker.
Add in your gift and this pencil gift bag is ready for giving!
Are you ready for some more amazing 15 minute back to school crafts? Check out what our partners for this series have in store for you! First turn any plain notebook or folder into something special with just a little fabric. Let Tikkido show you how in this great tutorial.
If your kids have trouble staying on task in the morning, this dry erase board from Artistic Endeavors is the perfect solution for back to school.
Every teacher needs a lanyard and you can make one in just minutes with this tutorial from 365 Days of Crafts.
The new Minions movie is about to be released and chances are your kids have minion fever. Make them a minion inspired composition book with this tutorial from 4 You with Love.
Give your teacher a useful gift that uses mason jars. This dull and sharpened hanging jar organizer from The Silly Pearl is the perfect touch to any classroom.
Give your teacher a fun crafty gift to kick off the school year. Let Mothership Scrapbook Gal show you how to make this fun container and give ideas for what to include.
Stay tuned for tons of back to school Craft Lightning fun all week!