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Mama Elephant Favor Bag Accessory Hack 






I'm in love with the way this turned out.
for this project you will need the following 

  • Mama Elephant Favor bag set https://mamaelephant.com/collections/stand-alone-cuts/products/favor-bag-creative-cuts
  • Mama Elephant accessory Snow Deer https://mamaelephant.com/collections/stand-alone-cuts/products/favor-bag-accessory-snow-deer
  • Mama Elephant accessory Santa Elf https://mamaelephant.com/collections/stand-alone-cuts/products/favor-bag-accessory-santa-elf
  • Mama Elephant Grassy trio https://mamaelephant.com/collections/stand-alone-cuts/products/grassy-trio-creative-cuts


This is such a simple and quick project I think there is so many ways to take pieces from each accessory set to make your own creation.

What you will need is The face, nose with the line and the bow die from the snow deer set. 
Then from the Santa Elf set you will need the piece for Santas face (for the ears) and the nose (for the eyes)
From The favor bag you will need to cut out two pieces for the favor bag and the cute background die you can also cut out the min tag from this set if you would like to add a tag. 
It would look super adorable :) You will also need to cut out the grass for the bottom of the favor bag. And optional some brown and red ribbon for the bow.

I used my white gell pin for the nose, eyes and bow to give it that extra cuteness. 
If you would like to see how I created this head on over to my youtube to see a tutorial :)

Thank you so much for checking out my blog
xoxo CrystalAnn


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