6. Hang them to dry. I hung them from my blinds in the kitchen, but my son came up with this “better way” using 2 wooden dowels, a rope, and some knots he learned in scouts.
7. I let them dry completely and ironed the canvas part of the bag…don’t iron the handles; they melt!
8. Using my Silhouette Cutting Machine and the Janda Spring Doodles Font, I created some small heat transfer to doll the bags up a bit more. One more reason EVERYONE should add a craft cutter to their craft supplies!
9. I filled the bags with crinkled paper and small treats; now they are ready for neighbors and friends.
Check out our Egg Decorating Round-up for more fun Easter Ideas.