Can’t stop, won’t stop with the no-sew pom pom goodie bags! At least not until we have them for every holiday and theme. So far I’ve made a summer version for summer parties and a red, white, and blue version for 4th of July festivities. I definitely couldn’t pass up making haunted goodie bags to celebrate Halloween!
After seeing the new Halloween die cuts from Spellbinders, I just knew I had to find a way to incorporate these cute die cuts onto the bags. It helps that the die cuts are literally the perfect size. I don’t know about you guys but I just think these iron-on details bring the cuteness to a whole new level!
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- PE-100 Platinum™ Die Cutting and Embossing Machine
- Die D Lites Haunted Manor Holiday 2017 Etched Dies
- Die D Lites Cats ‘n Bats Holiday 2017 Etched Dies
- Die D Lites Skull n’ Crossbones Holiday 2017 Etched Dies
- Black iron-on vinyl
- Cotton pouch
- Black pom pom trim
- 1/2 inch pom poms (in Halloween colors)
- Hot glue
For full visual details, you can follow along with the how-to video from the first set of no-sew pom pom bags. You’ll just need to adjust the colors for this Halloween version. Otherwise, I’ve included pictures below to help you re-create the bags.
To start, you’ll need to cut out your shapes using black iron-on vinyl. It can be a bit tricky cutting out the iron-on so make sure to do several rotations with the platinum machine to ensure it’s been cut all the way through.
Once you have the shapes cut, you’ll want to follow along with the instructions for your iron-on vinyl and iron each piece to your bags.
Finally, you’ll cut two pieces of trim to about 3.5 inches. You can use hot glue to glue on the trim and adhere the pom poms. The second piece of trim is used to cover the back of the bag so both sides look clean. You can add poms to the handles as well if you like!
Another easy and affordable goodie bag idea! I’m just obsessed with these bags and I hope you guys are enjoying all the different versions. Let me know if you make your own or have a request for another theme! Happy Halloween friends! Xo
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