Before I had kids, I didn’t care much for Halloween. But now that I have two little ones, it’s so much fun. SO MUCH FUN, y’all. I am reminded about how much *I* loved Halloween as a kid – and how it was so special to spend a day with my grandmother, putting together fun little trick-or-treat bags full of goodies for all the kids who would trick-or-treat in her neighborhood.
I like to put together trick-or-treat bags for our neighborhood trick-or-treaters, too – and these little baggies also make great treats for my kids’ classmates!
These free printable Halloween treat bag labels are cute, easy to use, and bring a little extra Halloween fun to everyone who receives one! Here’s how to execute this awesome DIY project idea.
Here’s what you need to make this DIY craft, Halloween treat bags:
- Card stock (you could also use regular paper, but card stock will hold up better and be a little easier to use)
- OR – instead of card stock, print them on sticker paper and stick them to the baggies!
- Scissors or a paper cutter (you could also use a cutting machine if you have one and are savvy with it!)
- Treat baggies (these are Wilson’s Clear Treat Bags, 3″x4″ – you can buy them at Walmart or Michaels)
Cut out the free graphic labels and stick one in each treat baggie. Add some candy and fold over the top, taping it closed with some washi.
It’s so easy, you guys – and they are SO fun. My kids saw me making these and were instantly excited about Halloween!
Here are some other fun Halloween printables and projects for you to check out:
No sewing involved in this easy DIY Princess Leia costume!
This DIY Candy Corn Wreath is super simple to make and so festive!
Don’t forget the four-legged trick-or-treaters with these printable treat bag tags for pets!
Carrie blogs at her how to website: Carrie Elle, where she shares tons of free printables, easy recipes, planning tips and tricks, and fun DIY projects. She liked to talk about meal planning and her family’s journey to get out of debt. She loves horses, tea, and books.
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