DIY Goody Bags

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DIY Goody Bags

I created these goody bags thinking of a special spring activity  to do with the kids and then realized the bags can work for any occasion. They can be made out of any decorative paper or even colored paper, they can be used for party goody bags, as gift bags, or as bags to store random collections ... plus many more uses! Download the dieline and labels you can use to make them!

Download DIY Goody Bags Template

What you'll need

  • Scrapbook paper
  • Exacto knife and/or scissors
  • Double sided tape or glue

How to make it

  1. Dieline for goody bags

    Download the pdf dieline and print it on the back (white) side of the scrapbook paper. If your scrapbook paper is bigger than a letter size paper, cut it so that it fits the printer. After you have the dieline on the scrapbook paper cut along the edges carefully with scissors or with an exacto knife. Fold the insides.

  2. glueing the bag dieline

    Use double-sided tape or glue on the inside of the small tab. 

  3. Closing a goody bag

    Fold the bag and glue the tab to the other side of the bag, closing it up.

  4. glueing the bottom of a goody bag

    Now fold the bottom tabs and leave one of the larger ones to place double-sided tape or glue and stick it to the others.

  5. folding a goody bag

    Holding the bag upright , try to score the top of the sides on the middle portion a little bit and continue doing so until you feel the bag is ready. Don't continue this fold all the way to the bottom of the bag: continue the fold, at most, to the middle.

  6. DIY Goody bag

    The bag is ready! Place any labels you would like or print the labels in the PDF, cut them and glue them on your bags!


    See more of Dariela's writing at Mami Talks and Dari Design Studio

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