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#1 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2012 4:13:29 AM(UTC)
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Could any on ehelp i have seen on the site people making skittle tubes on sweets and then decorating the top thih different cricut cuts could someone help as to were you buy the bags and as to what sizes they are a am trying to get them in the uk but no such look so trying to see how much to get them made i have found a compane willing to have a go as long as i can find out the sizes ...many thanks..
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#2 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2012 6:21:51 AM(UTC)
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I don't know if these companies ship internationally, but most people use the 1x8 inch bags.

GT Bags http://www.gtbag.com/polyproliptape.html

Clear Bags http://www.clearbags.com...flap-seal?nav_width=242

Stampin' Up http://www.stampinup.com...ls.aspx?productID=124134
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#3 Posted : Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:06:09 AM(UTC)
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thanks scrapalette i will look into these . I see things on the site then think what good ideas to make with my brownie pack then cant get the same things to make them with here in the uk
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#4 Posted : Thursday, November 29, 2012 5:43:18 PM(UTC)
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They are called 'Pretzel Rod Bags' sometimes as well. The Wilton aisle in big-box craft stores usually have them. I know AC Moore and Michaels are in the USA, but any comparable store (JoAnns, Hobby Lobby etc) would probably have them
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The pretzel rod bags are too big. They are 2x8 inches and the ones for m&m/skittles are 1x8 inches. If you didn't want the candy stacked and wanted to use a lot of candy, the bigger bags would work with a bigger image {body if you are using the bagged candy for arms/legs or topper if you just want a "tube" of candy}.
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Originally Posted by: World.Of.Hoard-Craft Go to Quoted Post
They are called 'Pretzel Rod Bags' sometimes as well. The Wilton aisle in big-box craft stores usually have them. I know AC Moore and Michaels are in the USA, but any comparable store (JoAnns, Hobby Lobby etc) would probably have them


Thank you for this tip.BigGrin I wouldnt have thought to use these.
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