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Treat Bags for Easter – or Place Cards

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Treat Bags for Easter – or Place Cards

Warning…cuteness alert ahead.

Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card. Cute bunny muslin bags are perfect for treats.

I know, right? Do you know what the best part is? These cute bunny bags are only $1 from the Target Dollar Spot.

Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card. Cute bunny bags as treat bags. Perfect bunny bags as place cards.

I’m pretty certain that y’all are sick of me lamenting the fact that I don’t have a Target store near my home. The closest one is an hour-and-fifteen-minutes from my house. Insert sad emoji here.

I especially miss the dollar spot because around the holidays and change of the seasons they have the cutest stuff. It’s an inexpensive way to add a little bit of the new season in a pretty way. Plus, there is no way in a million years that I could make these cute treat bags for just $1.00. And why would I when all of the work has been done for me.

You know I can’t leave things well enough alone. I decided to personalize the treat bags for Easter. Each person will have a treat bag to take home with them. Plus, it’s a super cute and creative idea for a place card at the table.

At first I thought about hand-stamping each persons name on the bag. Quickly I realized that this would take quite a bit of time. Instead, I turned to my favorite transfer paper. Affiliate links provided for your convenience.

DIY Sign with Iron On Graphics - Thrift Store Upcycle. Transfer Paper

Here’s how to do it:

  • Use transfer artist paper. THIS one is our hand-down favorite.
  • Type out each persons name using the font style of your choice. Fit as many names as possible on the page so as not to waste the transfer paper.
  • Print in reverse or flip horizontally.
  • Trim each persons name from the transfer paper sheet.
  • Use an iron on the highest heat setting. Do NOT use water or steam. Make sure you don’t burn yourself 🙂
  • Press for just 10 seconds.
  • Peel off paper.

Look at how cute this is!

Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card. Use iron-on transfer paper to add names to the bags.


Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card. Cute bunny place cards.

The treat bags will be filled with colorful and delicious goodies!

Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card. Iron-on names to the treat bags. Can also be used as a place card for the Easter table.

M&M’s ® are a personal fave…especially the peanut butter variety!


This project took literally minutes to create. Even though the treat bags were store bought they look custom made with the stamped monogram.

Easter Treat Bag - Easter Place Card.


Ester Treat Bags Graphic

I hope you have a fabulous weekend! Be sure to come back Monday to see how I use these cute bags in my Easter place setting!

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  1. Whaaa…omg…these.are.so.cute! I don’t have a Target near me either so I love it when you guys head to town and shop the dollar spot! Adding the personalized touch takes this project over the top ladies. You guys nailed this! Hugs, CoCo

  2. Love these personalized, little treat bags! Going toTarget TODAY! Hope I’m not too late.

  3. Y’all have taken Targets sweet little Easter treat bag and made it even sweeter! Kids of all ages would love to have their own personalized bag from the Easter Bunny 🐇🐰

  4. The Dollar Spot gets me every single time! You guys’ blog is so happy and springy. I’ve felt like a lush for the past 3 months! I think a trip to Target is in order. 😉

  5. Unbelievably cute and easy. Maybe even I could do this one! Thanks for sharing!

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