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decorative holiday treat bag topper

Today's festive share comes from Courtney of Courtney Price Photography.  She used the Holiday Headlines to create bag toppers for her holiday treat gift bags.  She writes, "Using a 5x7 blank page in Photoshop, I inserted half of the template, flipped it upside down and pasted on the other half. This way, when I got the 5x7 prints back from WHCC, I could fold it in half and both sides were facing up. Then, I stapled a bag of treats to the open end closing it and encasing the bag between the photo. It was such a fast way to top bags of Christmas treats! All my friends have gushed about them. This could be a cute studio giveaway as well. It would work well with Valentines Day or Easter... a great way to top anything you would put in a bag." Thanks for the delicious share, Courtney!  Your $75 gift certificate is on the way~


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