Boo Bag Tutorial

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

I know, I usually do tutorials on Tuesdays, but today is an exception.
Today I ant to show you this Boo Bag Tutorial, which is something I did for the sisters I visit teach.

They were so easy and fun!
Here’s how you can make them as well…

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-Cardstock Scrapbook Paper

-Scrapbook Paper

-Embellishments

-Tulle/Ribbon

Elmer’s Glue Spots

-Scissors

-Ruler/Pen

-Candy to Fill

DIRECTIONS:

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }
Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

1. Pick out your scrapbook paper and trace on there the shape you want to make. I mad a bag that wold be 2 inches x 4 inches x 4 inches.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }  Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

2. Cut out your “pattern”. Then you will mark on there on each side where you want to make hole punches. I did mine every 1 inch on each side.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com } Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

3. Make your hole punches.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }
Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

4. Lace tulle through and lace up. Tie a knot at the end and cut off excess.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }  Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

5. Make a paper accordion using two strips of scrapbook paper. For a tutorial you can go here.

6. Add your BOO part to the accordion using Elmer’s Glue Spots.You will then use the spots to add the accordion to your bag.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

7. Use Elmer’s Glue Spots to add handles as well.

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }

8. Now fill with candy and bring some TREATS to your friends!

It’s such a CUTE, FUN and INEXPENSIVE GIFT!
{For more pics you can check out my Google+ Story HERE.}

Boo Bag Tutorial using Elmer's Glue Dots. Such a cute, fun and INEXPENSIVE gift!! { lilluna.com }
Have a HAPPY HALLOWEEN weekend!
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 Simple and ADORABLE Scrappy Halloween Pillow tutorial on { lilluna.com }
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Kristyn Merkley

My name is Kristyn and I’m the mom of SIX stinkin’ cute kids and the wife to my smokin’ hot hubby, Lo. My mom’s maiden name is Luna, and I’m one of the many crafty “Lil’ Lunas” in the fam. On this site I like to share all things creative – from recipes to home decor to gifts and home decor ideas. Welcome!

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  1. What a great way to make the bag! I've never seen it done that way, usually just with the tabs that have to be glued together. I just may put some of these together for the sisters I visit teach. 🙂

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