These printable Halloween Treat Bags are perfect for a school Halloween party or to hand out to trick-or-treaters if you want to get a bit creative. Download the Printable file below and put these together in just a few minutes!
My kids always think I’m so crafty when I pull together something like this for any sort of school event. They don’t have to know that all it took was some printer ink and plastic bags.
Whenever I can impress my kids without a whole lot of effort, that’s a win in my book.
Every Halloween there’s some sort of event where I need to bring treats, whether that’s a school party, neighborhood get-together or just after school treats. I love to make them a bit more festive whenever I can, but honestly, this time of year everyone is short on time. I love when I can find quick and easy Halloween treat ideas that I can throw together even when I’m short on time.
These Halloween treat bags are adorable when they are done and they require no craftiness and very little time. You’ve got this.
Printable Halloween Treat Bags Supplies
- Printed treat bag tags – Download the printable Dracula and Frankenstein Tags Here
- Clear plastic bags – I like these ones because they fit more in them.
- Stapler or craft glue (stapling is way easier and less messy)
Printable Halloween Treat Bags Instructions
Print out the Dracula and the Frankenstein tags. Use scissors to cut out the tags along the sides.
Take the clear plastic bag and customize its size as per the size of the prepared tags. Fill the clear plastic bags with candies and fold its open end twice to secure the candies.
Fold the prepared tag into half and insert the folded end of the bag between the fold of the tag. The face of the Dracula (and Frankenstein) will be the front side of the treat bags.
Use stapler to attach the tag and the folded part of the treat bag together.
That’s all there is to it! These are so easy to make and you can fill them with any sort of treat to make snack time a bit more festive this Halloween.
Print out the other patterns and prepare more treat bags.
Happy crafty Halloween!
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