Thanksgiving Treat Bags with Free Printable Tags

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Last year I was ambitious and made Thanksgiving treat bags for all of the 16-18 year old young women in my laurel class. It was a fun and easy project, and I whipped up about 20 in a couple hours. I made a free printable gift tag to go along with them. I forgot to share the printable and instructions last year, so I thought I’d post it early this year!thanksgiving-gift-tags
This is the printable gift tag I made. You could use it on any small gift, treat bag, or even attach it to the top of a wrapped loaf of bread. Perfect for all those people in your life that you are grateful for but sometimes take for granted.
free-printable-tags, thanksgivingIf you want to make the little treat bags like I did, I am including the instructions. Have fun!

How To Make Thanksgiving Treat Bags

Free Printable Thanksgiving Gift Tags
-Two sided tape
-Hot glue and glue gun
-Small wrapped candies

Cut a piece of cardstock  4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″. Apply tape runner or two-sided tape to one of the short ends.
thanksgiving-treat-bagNow roll the paper up to make a tube, and pinch it securely together on the taped ends.
printable-gift-tagsWith the seam facing up, squeeze one end of the tube. Carefully add tape or hot glue and press the edges together firmly.
thanksgiving-treat-bagNow fill your container with treats! I used several different kinds of chocolate, because chocolate is the best!
thanksgiving-printableTo seal your treat container, pinch the open edge the opposite direction you pinched the bottom. Secure with double sided tape or hot glue.
thanksgiving-treat-bagsNow cut out your free Thanksgiving tag and attach it to the front of your treat container.
free-printable-tags, thanksgiving



  1. These are SO cute, Kara! Pinned!

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