Candy Corn Bag

Candy bag

I saw this candy corn bag on Connie Collins' blog and thought it was so cute I just had to make some. Connie is a very talented stamper and a member of the Stampin' Up! 2013 Artisan Design Team. The muslin bags in the Holiday Catalog are the perfect size for wrapping up a treat and nothing says Halloween like candy corn. There are 8 bags for just $9.95. I can think of so many uses for them.

  • Insert a piece of cardboard inside the bag to make it sturdy for inking. The white sheets that come in a package of DSP are perfect for this.
  • Wrap a strip of painters' tape around the bag to mask off the center of the bag.
  • Sponge Pumpkin Pie ink on the bottom in a downward motion.
  • Move the painters' tape down to cover the top of the Pumpkin Pie ink. Add another strip of tape to mask the top of the bag leaving the center area open. Sponge this with Daffodil Delight ink. Remove the tape.
  • Cut a triangle of Vanilla cardstock and stamp the sentiment and candy. Mat with a piece of Pumpkin Pie cardstock. Color candy with markers. Punch a hole in the top and thread through the cording. I had to untie the end of the cord and then retied it after attaching the tag.
  • Fill a cello bag with candy corn and insert into bag.
  • Give to your favorite goblin.


Shelli Gardner, CEO and Cofounder of Stampin' Up!, was involved in a horseback riding accident August 28th when her horse stumbled. She was thrown off and the horse fell on top of her. Her wrist had 3 fractures, 4 in her pelvis, and her clavicle was fractured. She underwent surgery on her wrist and is now going through physical therapy while still in the hospital. Her husband wrote some blog posts about the accident and included several photos of Shelli and of her horse. Yesterday Shelli wrote a blog post. You can see her blog here. She has an amazing spirit and strong determination which is evident in the posts. Praying for her speedy recovery.



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