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Hanukkah Gift Bags with Clip-Art Tags

No origami skills are needed to turn standard goodie bags into a set of eight shapely packages—one for each night of Hanukkah.

Photography: Aaron Dyer

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2014/January 2015

Introduction

For more ideas, scroll through our entire collection of Hanukkah ideas.

materials

  • Paper bags (Pictured: Medium paper bags, in Chevron Aqua and Striped Aqua, $7 for 25, paperpresentation.com.)

  • Card stock

  • Scissors

  • Mini clothespins (Pictured: Lara's Crafts, $2 for 10, michaels.com.)

  • Sweets or trinkets

steps

  1. Place sweets or trinkets in a bag, then bring two corners of the opening together; fold the top over several times.

  2. Print the tags onto card stock; cut out.

  3. Secure to the bags with mini clothespins. (Note: Mini clothespins secure the bags and clip-art tags.)

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