I don’t know what it is about putting small little gifts together for any occasion, but I enjoy it. This week I put these Halloween Treat Bags with Printable Tags together, and not only were they super easy to put together, but they were quick! I love a cute + quick project, don’t you?
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Halloween Treat Bags with Printable Tags Supplies:
- Halloween Colored Treat Bags
- Printable Tags (For personal use only)
- Ghoul’s Mix Peanut M & M’s (or other Halloween candy)
- Baker’s Twine
- Paper Trimmer
Once you have all of your supplies together, use your paper trimmer to cut the tags apart. Cut on the straight lines of each tag. When they are cut apart, use your scissors to cut the bottom triangle out. Grab the Crop-A-Dile. Stack your tags up all together and punch the hole in the corner. I love that I can punch so many at a time using the Crop-A-Dile! Once your tags are ready, fill your bags with candy.
Fold the top of the bag over and staple it. For some of these bags, I just tied a bow through the hole in the tag and stapled the tag to the bag. For others, I stapled the bag shut, then used baker’s twine to wrap it around the bag a couple of times, while tying the tag to the bag.
These super quick and easy Halloween Treat Bags with Printable Tags are perfect to give to friends, let your kids give them to their good friends, or whoever. The tags could be used to attach to so many different things too! Attach it to wrapped candy bars or a bucket full of treats!
I love the added look that the baker’s twine can give. The black and white twine is always fun for Halloween!
Would do you have in mind for giving cute little Halloween Treat Bags with Printable Tags to? I think I’ll be giving these to my boys, and maybe some friends.
Be sure to grab these cute printable tags so that you’re ready to attach them to some cute little bags!
What are some of your favorite Halloween traditions? Several years ago, we spent most of October making fun foods that were Halloween themed, and I loved it. Every year, I think about that, but we haven’t done it again, like we did that year. We always try to do a few fun things like Booing our neighbors, making Halloween treats, visiting a pumpkin patch, etc. I’d love to hear what fun activities you enjoy doing this time of year!
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