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Sweetie Party Pouches

by EricaL (follow)
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Machine stitched sweetie pouches made from paper, which can be ripped apart to get to the treats! Great for take home kids party favour bags.



I used damaged kids books, but you could use scrapbook paper, comics etc

Time: 30 minutes
Age: Over 10's, Parent Craft
Level: Medium

Materials
Paper - book pages, scrapbook paper etc
Sewing machine, needle and thread
Scissors
Small round plate
Pen
Sweeties (I filled mine with chocolate covered sultanas)

Method
Get your appropriate paper ready and use a small plate as a template to draw around



Cut two circles per pouch using your circle template.
Machine stitch two circles together, leaving an opening to fill with treats.
Fill with treats, and machine stitch the hole shut.



Yummy


Categories
#Parent Craft
#Over 10s
#Party favours
#Paper craft
#Sewing
#Medium
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