If you can resist these luscious little cutsey fruits, you are a bigger woman than I am.
We added a little tropical fruit sugary goodness (aka: runts) and a little striped grograin to top it off. So easy to make! I was dangerously close to separating the little oranges/strawberries/limes into little piles for filling the bags. . .
Then I slapped myself and I remembered that my *husband* is the OCD one in this family--Not me. That was a close one ;)
EDITED TO ADD:
I have been informed that this can also be used as an impromptu drinking cup! Whatever you decide to use it as, it is darn cute. . .and can be found in two places.
If you are a SU demo, you can find it in the June/06 Stampin' Success (an 8.5in x 8.5in verision).
***So you are aware*** The instructions in SS tell you to fold to the "midpoint of the opposite edge". If you do this. . .your pouch will be wonky! It is closer to the top than it is to the midpoint. Play with it on a scrap piece to start. . .and check out the next link:
Online, there is an Origami picture tutorial for the folds that is *very* helpful. It can be found *here*. These instructions are nice and simple! It also gives you the proper way to find the accurate folds. Just start with a square (again, mine was 6x6), and after you fold down the front flap--don't fold down the back!
I also used my fingernail to press up on the bottom, which gives it a little more room inside for a treat. Use some removable adhesive on the back of the cello bag to keep it from sliding out every 30 seconds :)
If you are mass producing these for Kindergarteners (see below ;) you can hide a staple under the front element. . .I put the smooth side on the interior of the treat to keep from catching on the bag, and added the scallop piece to the front using dimensionals.
Hope all this helps you!!! Sorry if I am being wordy. . .
A big thank you to Amy (Tethered2Home on SCS) for providing the link, and to CraftCrazy98 on SCS for bringing this fold to my attention at the MI Mingle! Super fun and easy. . .
Btw, if you make one. . . .Link in the comments so we can see it!! I want to see yours, too :)