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I made some Christmas goodie bags last year for those who made Christmas purchases on Deeper Than Fashion. Simple recycled brown paper bags with hand-drawn reindeer faces on them;1474468_10151821715132058_161136650_n 148966_10151190308727058_1634538863_nSince they were such a hit and super easy to do, I decided to share a tutorial on how you can make your own šŸ™‚
DSC_0209Things you will need;
+ Brown paper bags (from Daiso at RM5, for a pack of 20)
+ Red sequins, rhinestones, buttons, bindis
+ UHU glue
+ Black marker
DSC_0210Step One: Use the brown paper bag and fold it on the top, the point where you’d like to seal the bag, to ensure you don’t end up drawing on it later on.
DSC_0211Step Two: Once that is done, all you need to do is decorate the paper bag! You can use anything for the nose. Previously I used red felt balls I purchased from Daiso at RM5, but the options are endless! Here I used a red bindi (pottu) on one & the other is a red rhinestone.

Firstly paste the red ‘nose’, and from there you can tentatively gauge the placement of the eyes and the antlers. You can also buy googly eyes that move from Daiso incase you don’t want to draw them.

That’s it! You’re done! šŸ™‚ These cute Rudolph paper bags make an impact instead of just plain paper bags, are fuss free, super cheap and easy, and best part, shows effort since it’s handmade!