|Bought this brown paper bags|
at SM grocery for 25 pieces
this is worth 52.00 pesos
|This Loony Toons and|
Sesame Street pencil
cases I bought at National
Bookstore for 29.75 each
|Since boys love Ben 10 and girls|
love tinkerbell, I bought these
stickers at a local grocery store.
|These puzzles I bought|
it also at National Bookstore.
|these cutie pencils I bought|
at National Bookstore at 6.50 each
|these small coloring books|
with stickers inside, I bought at
a local grocery here for 5.00 pesos each.
|These set of pencils with erasers|
I bought at a local grocery store
for 13.50 pesos each.
|these are some of the|
washi tapes I bought at
the local grocery store.
Those long strips, I have to
put glue on it.
|So this is what I did with the|
brown paper bag. I placed the long strips
on the sides of the bags. Then in the
middle of the bag, my daughter
Joie wrote each of Amaya's
classmates names with simple design.
I also bought sticker paper at
|This is the front part|
of the paper bag. I put some washi tapes on
it too, then wrote holiday
greetings at a small sticker
So there goes my DIY loot bags. And I tell the moms sent me messages via Facebook and told me how their kids loved the things I placed in each of the loot bags. By the way, I also put some chocolates and other kinds of "sugar rushed" foods for the kids. Hey it is Christmas so let them enjoy this one.