Monday, June 10, 2013

Glassine Goodie Bags by Nina and WINNERS

Here are some simply packaged homemade cookies made by Nina Brackett. She likes to give them away. They're perfect for her husband's or kids' lunch boxes. Nina's even done these as party favors. Homemade American chocolate chip cookies are a big deal in Croatia because it's a novelty. 

These treat bags are simple to take.  First you bake the cookies! :)  Then you pop them into a SRM Glassine Bag, fold over, punch, tie with assorted  colors of twine and close with a SRM Border Sticker.  I love how a little bit of a SRM Border has the look of Washi Tape but a sheet of borders give you a big assortment of designs to choose from.  

Love this "sweet" idea Nina !  I can almost smell those cookies!

Nina used the following SRM products on her project: 

Glassine Bags #65002 
Twinery twine:  Marigold,  Charcoal, Seaweed
We've Got Your Borders:  Bright, Pastel

Join us tomorrow for more inspiration.  You never know what you are going to find here on the SRM Blog!


The WINNERS from the SRM/Bazzill feature from last week are: 

Day #1:  Angelica Chambers 
Day #2:  Marielle
Day #3:  wenipooh13
Day #4:  Carol B
Day #5:  Miriam Prantner

Please email me with your mailing addresses and we will send you your prize packets pronto! 


Cindy Groh said...

Very cool treat bags.

Patti J said...

Nina, these are incredibly sweet! I have these labels, and will now have inspiration for using them in a new way! Love them!!! Great job, dear friend!!!

Ange said...

Love these bright stickers! Cute treat bags.
Congrats to the winners!!

jordanbev5 said...

Love these treat bags and the brightly colored stickers!
Congratulations to all the winners, too!

wendipooh13 said...

great treat bags!!!

congrats to the other winners!!!!!
I was sooo excited to see my name off to email ya!!! THANK U!!!


love the stickers! congrats to winners

Allie Gower said...

Congratulations winners. Sweet treats, Nina - hope you are feeling better.

Ruza Rebel said...

Yummy treat bags!

Bev said...

so cute and easy with the twine and great bags