Spring is here and I’m so excited about it!! I love all the fun colors of spring! I of course HAD to make some of my candy pouches for Easter! And I’m so glad that I did, because I love how they turned out. The colors are just awesome! I think I’m going to put these in my kids’ Easter baskets this year.
This is how I made them:
I took some Jelly Beans and separated them by color. Then using my Silhouette, I cut out the shapes. I cut one shape out of white paper and one our of scrapbook paper, and that shape had a hole in the middle of it for the candy. You don’t need a cutter to made these though, especially the eggs. They would so easy to cut out with scissors.
I then glued a sandwich bag onto the white shape. I just did the edge of the shape and make sure that the glue doesn’t melt through both layers of the bag.
I then filled the bag with the jelly beans. They time around I wanted to do a little design with them. So I made stripes with the jelly beans. I then glued the other shaped onto the sandwich bag. I put the glue directly onto the sandwich bag so it melts it a little bit and the glue sticks to both sides of the paper.
I then trimmed the rest of the bag around the egg. Isn’t it so much fun? I love it!
I did a couple more shapes: a bunny and a duck.
I drew on the faces for the duck and bunny.
Then I made some fun printables with cheesy saying to put on there. You can get the free printables HERE.
I attached the tags with a little brad and that’s it! Aren’t they fun and cute? I love how they turned out!
If you’ve missed my other ones for Halloween, Christmas and Valentine’s Day, and 4th of July go check them out!
Here is a fun video to show how I make these fun candy pouches 🙂