Printable DIY Easter Bags

27 Mar

It’s time for another freebie from our sponsor at My Memories! This printable DIY easter bag is great as a party favor or last minute Easter basket. Fill them with candy, chocolate covered pretzels, chalk, crayons, or anything else you can think of! Just print and cut. Today through April 7th My Memories is giving away 3 free digital packages that include Easter party bags. As I always mention, you don’t have to be a My Memories Suite software owner to score on the deal- you just have to have a FREE account with their website. Having an account with them is nice because it saves computer space. I can download only what I need and when I need it. It saves my computer from slowing down from so many large files that I don’t even access every day. It is a free download today through April 7th after which point you can still access the download but it will cost you.

Printable DIY Easter Bags



Here’s your preview of the printable download:

Easter bags DownloadsBut remember, you not only get the pre-made layout for easy print and cutting- you get corresponding digital scrapbook pages and embellishments. Personalize them using the MyMemories suite software. That means that instead of just being able to download the file as is, you’d be able to import into the software and add your own text (like names and dates!) or pictures.

Ready to be a My Memories Suite software owner?  My offer still stands- $10 off your software purchase plus $10 store credit to their online collections! Click the image below and add to cart….


And check out with code: STMMMS30383

Are you ready to see how easy it is to make these Easter bags?  The tutorial:

1. Print your Party Card templates on cardstock and gather supplies. Be sure to set your margins as close to 0 as possible.
(Recommended supplies: small craft scissors, glue stick)

2. Using the scissors cut along inside of handles.

3. Fold bag at fold lines.

There should be a total of 6 folds. TIP: Using a bone folder will help you get crisp edges on your project. 

4. Using scissors, cut along outside edge.

5. Lay the bag flat, printed side down.

Fold up the tabs at the bottom of the bag, so that you can see the printing. Apply Glue to the tabs on the printed side.

6. Bring the side of the bag up and adhere the tab to the bottom of the bag.

7. Repeat on other side.

8. Lay the bag down, and apply glue to the last tab.

9. Attach the remaining side.

TIP: Insert your hand into the bag to ensure that all the tabs are securely attached.

That’s it! Enjoy your Bag! You can fill it with all kinds of goodies or treats.

TIP: You can take the front and back and press them together to make side seams.

 Simple as that. Here are the digital packages they are offering for FREE until April 7th-

Package #1 (click image to be taken to download page)

DIY Easter Bag

This Digital Kit Includes:

  • 2 Digital Papers
  • 15 Page Elements
    Click image to be taken to download

Package #2 (click image to be taken to download)

Easter Bag 2

This Digital Kit Includes:

  • 3 Digital Papers
  • 15 Page Element

Package #3 (click on image to be taken to download)

Easter Bag 3


This Digital Kit Includes:

  • 2 Digital Papers
  • 18 Page Elements

For those of you not looking for the complete digital download kit, I have included JUST the sheet with the bag(s) for you to print and cut. Click here and here for the direct links, or see the 2 embed below:


For those of you wanting to use your own scrapbook paper, here is a blank sample sheet you can use as a guide:

Blank Party Bag Sample


2 Responses to “Printable DIY Easter Bags”

  1. Cynthia L. March 27, 2013 at 6:37 pm #

    What a great download! I love the colors of the Easter Bag!

    Thanks for linking up to the In and Out of the Kitchen link party! See you next week.


  2. Chelsea April 1, 2013 at 5:41 pm #

    This is so fun! I love the idea of printing your own little baskets! I’d love for you to check out our Pattern Party! Those with free patterns and templates to share are invited to link up!

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