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Cello bag sweetie treats using Stampin’ Up! supplies

cello bag sweeties

Good morning all.

What do you think of these?  For the UK these are unusual coloured M&M’s as we only get chocolate and peanut here but when i was out the other day i spotted a section of a shop that sells American sweets and i had to have some, my favourite are Milk Duds i love love love them so if anyone in america would like to send me some milk duds please feel free lol.  These M&M’s are dark chocolate and mint and i foolishly only picked up one little bag! and i regret to inform you all that once i had taken the photos i devoured them!! oops (sad face but yummy).

I had some of the 1″ cello bags and i thought it would be a good time to use a couple.  So for one i punched out the top from cardstock and the other i made a backing for (the supplies are below) they are so cute but no one in my house got to see or taste them but me oops, oh well guess i have to buy some more!! (smile on my face)

So if you want to make any to give out or sell at a craft fair if you have more self restraint than me! then heres the supply list followed by the instructions.



  • Pistachio Pudding
  • Garden green
  • Whisper White

Stamp set

  • Sumthin’ Sumthin’
  • From the garden


  • Pistachio Pudding
  • Garden Green


  • Scallop oval
  • What’s up?
  • Project life corner rounder
  • Scallop tag topper
  • Decorative label


So this is easy and quick (my favourite)

Punch out the decorative label and fold in half then staple the cello bag between the folded cardstock. Cover the front of the staple with an arrow.

For the backed one.  You need a piece of cardstock that measures 7″ x 1 3/4″ (17.7cm x 4.4cm) score at 1 1/2″ (3.8cm) fold and burnish then place the shorter edge in the scallop tag topper punch.  Like before staple the cello bag between the cardstock and cover with a greeting or stamp of your choice.

Nice and easy but very sweet and definitely worth making!!

Have a fantastic day

Suzy x

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