I've been working on my November Paper Pumpkin kits. My daughter needed gift card holders and I thought the treat packages would work just fine for this.
I am filling the treat bags with chocolates and then will add the gift cards once my daughter gets them to me so I can't close them up just yet. I added bling to the fronts too.
I am normally not a great fan of the treat holder kits but this kit was wonderful! Easy peasy to make and I will ussome of the extras left for my bowling teammates. The rest I will use as card fronts.
The paper pumpkin kits just get better and better! If you'd like to try out the kits, you can get a prepaid subscription in the online store (1 kit, 3 kits, 6 kits, or 12 kits) or you can subscribe and get it month-to-month. You can suspend your month-to-month at any time and can add more kits if you think you'll want it. Subscribe here
FYI: If you get the prepaid kits, you will have to pay shipping on them but shipping is included in the month-month. When you purchase a prepaid kit, Stampin' Up! will email you a code that you will have to put into an account at mypaperpumpkin.com. Also, Sale-a-Bration is coming in January and I usually get a one year subscription to get loads of SAB freebies! A 3-month subscription will net you a free SAB item! But if you have never subscribed or it's been a long time since you have subscribed, you might want to try a one month kit to see how the kits have improved!