Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Halloween Treat Bag

26 comments:

  1. Mary I loved this video it was great to see how we can use our JUNK mail for other uses

    The Scrapbooking Queen :o)

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  2. Mary, what a great idea! You are so creative and I really appreciate your talents. I hope you have lots of trick or treaters this year.
    Judy

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  3. Mary...super cute. What a great idea. Could be used as cute party favors for weddings, couldn't they? :)
    Theresa99 :)

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  4. Mary what a great idea thanks for sharing

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  5. Mary,
    Thanks for a great recycle project. I am into that as you know with my recycled Christmas Cards.
    I will have to do this. Halloween and Christmas are my favorite times as you know.

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  6. Great tutorial... I coordinated recycled waste at a large mfg. company before I retired. It's very gratifying to see recycling "go big" in the private sector as well.

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  7. How adorable are those treat bags:) Mary what a great idea, I just love it.I am going to have to try this out. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us.
    Monica L.
    monita23 at ca dot rr dot com

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  8. What a cute and neat idea Mary.

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  9. Mary
    Like how you did these little bags
    they are very cute
    thank for showing

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  10. Very cute project Mary!! I am wondering where you purchased the colored envelopes that you showed at the end of your video?
    teachdanz
    ikennic at q dot com

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  11. I remember doing these many years ago...it's great to see it again...
    tfs...

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  12. Awesome!! I'll be making some of these! Thank you for the great video!!! :)

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  13. This is such a fantastic idea Mary!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  14. very cute little bags! And good use for those envelopes. I have hundreds of them. TFS

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  15. What a great idea! Can't wait to try this one, TFS!

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  16. oooooh Mary..I luv this project!!! now I know what to do with all that junk mail :)..I enjoy your videos so much..thank you! thank you!!

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  17. Mary...
    you amaze me with your creativity and your flexibility in presenting your projects. For those who don't have punches or various items, you are always there to give options and encouragement.
    Thank you for being such a great teacher, Mary.

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  18. What an adorable idea! I'll be doing this with my papercraft loving 11yo son soon! We love playing with stamps and paper together, but sometimes he's had enough of making cards...this will be great! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  19. Mary this is such a clever useful use of all those return envelopes that usually just get dumped into the recycle bin. I will be giving these a try for Christmas and filling them with my homemade turtles. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  20. What a darling idea. I get tons of junk mail and fill my recycle trash can full every two weeks. Now I'm going to go through my mail and keep those pesky envelopes. I love your ideas, thank you so much.
    Mary Ann

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  21. What a good idea. I got a box, like 200 oversized envelopes and this will work great for those.....Thanks....Debbie

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  22. Mary, you are amazing. Thank you fo rthe ideas, and keep them coming!!!

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  23. What a great idea! I am going to try this ! Thanks so much for sharing!

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