Readers ask: Halloween Trick Or Treat Bag Craft Ideas?

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How do you hang Halloween treat bags?

Hang Up Halloween Let’s not hang up the idea of trick or treating altogether. Take a note from Little Sooti’s birthday favor idea and hang those treat bags out for the children to grab and go. You can attach them to the door, or on a clothesline between your porch posts.

How do you make a pumpkin treat bag?

To make things super easy, dump all your candy in one giant bowl. Use a mug or measuring cup to scoop it out—that’ll keep your portions even and help you avoid touching the candy. Scoop about a cup of candy onto the plastic wrap. Wrap the plastic around the goodies and shape it into a squatty ball for your pumpkin.

How big should a trick-or-treat bag be?

From the body fabric, cut two main body pieces measuring 13-1/2 inches by 11-1/2 inches and two strap pieces measuring 16 inches X 2-1/2 inches.

What to fill Halloween treat bags with?

Fill your bag with candy!

  • Glitter Pumpkin Treat Bags. Source: Crafts by Amanda.
  • Candy Corn Bag. Source: Wine and Glue.
  • Paper Bag Jack-O’-Lantern. Source: Confetti Sunshine.
  • Candy Coffins. Source: Vitamini Handmade.
  • Mummy Boxes. Source: Creative Me Inspired You.
  • Bat Pillow Boxes.
  • Egg Carton Boxes.
  • Dried Gourd Basket.
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What do you put in treat bags?

Food Items

  1. Caramel or candy apples.
  2. Individual servings of pretzels, potato chips, nuts, cookies, raisins, fruit snacks, etc.
  3. Lollipops.
  4. Mini microwave popcorn bags.
  5. Mini chocolate bars.
  6. Wax lips.

What can I put in my toddler Halloween bags?

40 Alternatives to Candy for Halloween Treats

  1. Halloween Bubbles. I don’t know any children who don’t LOVE bubbles!
  2. Stickers. Add these fun Halloween stickers to any goody bag for a sugar free treat.
  3. Tattoos.
  4. Play dough.
  5. Pencils.
  6. Erasers.
  7. Mini note pads.
  8. Hot chocolate.

How do you make a Halloween pumpkin basket?

How to make a Pumpkin Basket

  1. The pumpkin basket template (enter your details into the box above and it will be emailed to you)
  2. Card stock paper in orange or white, or ordinary paper if you have no card stock.
  3. Scissors & double sided tape.
  4. A blunt butter knife or a scoring tool.
  5. ruler.

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