Cut off top of treat bag to 4 3/8 inches height.
Fold top of flap on bottom of bag down to meet bottom of bag.
Cut a piece of green cardstock that is 3 5/8 x 5 3/4 inches. Score 1 1/4 inch down on the longer side and crease with bone tool. Adhere to back of bag – but DO NOT apply adhesive to flap. Flap will come down over front of bag.
Adhere a 3 5/8 x 4 1/2 inch piece of green pattern paper to front of bag (lift up flap to do this).
Punch a small strip of dark green cardstock using the Dotted Scallop Punch. Adhere so it hangs over the front flap of the bag.
Cut 3 5/8 x 2 1/2 inch piece of red pattern paper. Score short side at 1 1/4 inches & adhere over flap.
Stamp reindeer image with red ink on white cardstock. Mat image on red pattern paper & again on dark green cardstock – this time using adhesive foam dots.
Adhere TOP PORTION ONLY of this matted piece to flap. Add a Velcro dot on back of reindeer to close bag.
Punch out 2 fronds from dark green cardstock and adhere to bottom right corner of reindeer mat. Add bow tied with red & green raffia over fronds.
Use old toothbrush to spatter thinned down Light Ivory paint over entire bag.
Spatter Painting: Stir a couple drops of water into a puddle of paint that is about the size of a nickel. Dip toothbrush in thinned-down paint. Tap once lightly on a piece of paper towel. Then run your finger across the bristles of the toothbrush and aim the “spray” towards your project. Practice first on a piece of scrap paper to make sure you have the right consistency of paint. This technique works well to give any winter project a frosty look!