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With a bit of tweaking,T-shirts and tank tops make terrific candy bags.
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Jennifer Perkins: It’s hard to believe that this little floral concoction actually started out as a t-shirt but if you look closely you can see that is exactly what it is. Here is the little neckline, here is the little sleeves wore. I say wore because in order to get a little handle square bag I actually cut them out on both side as just snit those sleeves light off and now that acts as our little pin ball for our little floral bag. There is obviously a little magic we have to work it to the bottoms that your candy doesn’t spill out of the bottom of you t-shirt. We turn the t-shirt inside out and we just poke holes one on each side all the way across. You know one of your holes two space out because you want to have your bottom nice and secure some of the candy for about the bottom and they want the kids on hand. We lace that up just like the shoelace and this is going to keep your bag nice and close. Tie it in bow and then turn it right side out and now this one little thick top so I didn’t have to cut the sleeves off there handy let’s cut a little butterfly on there but it can always be cuter I mean come on I can leave my hot glued in alone. So we are going to use the bad boy to do stuff like glue some little beads on there, little fake flowers, the other bowlers for the fancy pants a little girl in your life. Let the kids help design the bag themselves, let them match there outfit you know you want to coordinate with the costume of course. So the kids are going to be super excited to have fun candy bag and they are also going to be super proud of themselves because they help to make it.
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