Yay! It’s Friday! I’m usually singing a little different tune on Friday, because it’s my busiest day for work, but this week? This week I got all of my work done early. I knew the week would be busy so I hustled to get it all done, and I’m so happy I did it! My kids are on fall break right now, and tonight we are leaving to go deer hunting. The hunt opens in the morning and I’m excited and nervous! I finally took the time to get my hunter’s safety done this year, and then I drew out for a deer (along with my husband and son). We are excited to go and excited to get our freezer filled with meat for the year! Do you have any fun and exciting weekend plans? Enough about all that, I’m sure if you stopped by today it was to see today’s fun post, and I’m excited to share these Halloween Treats with Printable Tags with you. I had fun making these, and the tags could honestly be used for anything that’s Halloween related that needs a cute tag!
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Halloween Treats with Printable Tags Supplies:
- Rice Krispie Treats
- Free Printable Tags (Personal Use Only)
- Halloween Paper Straws (there are lots to choose from, find the ones most similar to mine here.)
- Cellophane Bags
- Baker’s Twine
- Printer (This is the printer I use and I LOVE it! Plus, it doesn’t go through toner fast at all.)
Once you are ready to get started, cut your paper straws in half. Cut enough to do as many of these as you are making.
I tried my hand at making Halloween Rice Krispie Treats. They turned out ok, my kids eat them, but I didn’t realize that as soon as I finished mixing the marshmallow mixture and the cereal together, then added in the sprinkles, that the sprinkles would start melting. I guess it adds a little bit of a fun look to them, but I sure wasn’t expecting it. 🙂 Once I had my treats cut, I just pushed the paper straw half into the bottom of it.
Then I slid the treat into the cellophane bag. I tied it with some baker’s twine at the bottom.
I had fun designing these cute tags. I matched them to the straws that I was using and had fun thinking of what sayings I would put on them. Once I had them ready, I printed them out on cardstock. I cut out my tags using my paper trimmer for all of the straight edges and cut the bottom part out with scissors.
After punching holes in the corner of the tags, I slide it on the twine, then tied the twine in a bow.
These were super simple and quick to make, and I think they make for a cute Halloween treat to give to your kids, grandkids, friends or neighbors.
Which tag is your favorite? I really love the font of the “I put a spell on you” and I really love the “no tricks, just treats” saying. I think all the tags turned out fun though.
So who will you be making these for? Or do you have another idea of what you could attach these tags to?
My boys are pretty excited about these Halloween Treats with Printable Tags and want to give them to their friends. I think I could do that too, since they really are quick and easy to put together.
They’d even be fun to give to coworkers if you like to give things to them.
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Catherine @ Parentinn says
Thanks for the list. I really like the Luminary Jars idea. They look awesome!