This Fortune Cookie Treat Bag Topper printable can help you wish someone a Happy New Year. They would work great as little teacher gifts for the kids to take back to school on their first day back after the holiday break, or neighbor gifts incase it didn’t happen for you this holiday season.
When we created these treat bag toppers, my first thought was to use them as party favors for a New Year’s Eve party. It’s always fun to send your guests away with a little something edible, and everyone loves fortune cookies because it’s fun to read your fortune inside. Since New Year’s Eve has passed for this year, you could use these to plan ahead for next year, or use them now.
A bag of fortune cookies is rather inexpensive at the Asian Market. I think it’s around $2.50 for a bag of 24. This printable comes with 4 treat bag toppers on the same page with a front and back design. After printing it out, just score the center lines for easy folding before cutting them up into 4. Medium sized clear cellophane bags and a few pieces of gold curling ribbon inside for some sparkle…along with the fortune cookies. Just staple the top on both sides and you have a sweet gift.
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I hope your year is off to a great start!
*this post originally published: 1/2/14