Quick Halloween Treat Bags

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Need a quick way to spruce up some treats this Halloween?  Try these super cute bags adapted from the Martha Stewart Show.

Supplies needed:

Paper lunch bags

Crop-a-Dile or Big Bite

Circle Cutter or Large Circle punch (2 3/4″)

1 piece of Bazzill (I used Glow)

Black Grosgrain Ribbon

BOO stamp (you can just use letter stamps for this)

Black Ink and Amber Clay Chalk Ink

Adhesive

 

Start by stamping BOO onto the bottom left hand side of the front of the bag.  You can also stamp a greeting and to and from label on the back of the bag!  Make sure to do all your stamping before you fill the bags.

Next cut out and ink your yellow harvest moon with the Chalk Ink. 

Now fold over the top of your bag and attatch your moon to the top right hand corner of the front of the bag near the fold.

Turn the bag over and punch two sets of holes about 1/4″ apart these will be the beginning of our bats and what keeps the bag closed!

Fill the bag with treats!

Now thread your ribbon through the holes and tie in the front. Trim the ends of the ribbon at an angle to look like the wings of a bat!  Voila, quick and simple Halloween Treat Bags!

Happy Halloween,

Houston

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2 Responses to “Quick Halloween Treat Bags”

  1. Robyn Says:

    what a great idea! I love the bow bats!

  2. Halloween Treat Favor Bags DIY — My Own Ideas Says:

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