DIY Halloween Treat Bags

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Do you prefer tricks or treats on Halloween? I prefer treats. My favorites are Twizzlers, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and any type of Willy Wonka candy. You know, just in case you’re on my route and want to drop some into my  my kids’ bags. Today I’ve got a tutorial for some simple DIY Halloween Treat Bags. And although you would probably need to make a ton of these to hand out on actual Halloween night, you can easily make some for a class party.

These Halloween treat bags are easy to make and fun to share!

To make these you will need:

Black paper bags ( I found mine in the dollar bin at Target)

Googly eyes


White paint marker

Simply use the white paint marker to draw any type of spooky design on the bags.  Add some googly eyes for fun.  My favorite is the bag with only the eyes on it.

These Halloween treat bags are easy to make and fun to share!

Which one is your favorite?

These Halloween treat bags are easy to make and fun to share!

These would make adorable favor bags for a Halloween birthday party too. Is it just me that wishes my birthday was on Halloween?  I think that would be just so much fun.

These Halloween treat bags are easy to make and fun to share!

Now check out these Halloween posts from my friends!

Last Minute Halloween Projects (1)

Easy Halloween Drinks from The Benson Street / DIY Floating Halloween Ghosts from Practically Functional
DIY Halloween Treat Bags from Here Comes The Sun / Halloween Boo Jar from Crafting In The Rain
Roll a Jack-O-Lantern Kids Game from Seven Thirty Three

Want even MORE Halloween ideas?

Halloween Treat Bag Toppers


Orange Creamsicle Halloween Punch


Printable Halloween Decorations


Spooky Halloween Wreath

Easy DIY Spooky Halloween Wreath

DIY Lego Movie Costume


Washi Tape Pumpkin


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    1. I’be found so many super cute things for Halloween/Fall at the Target dollar bin! Thanks for stopping by,Jordan!

  1. These bags are so adorable and simple and perfect for a quick classroom project. White crayons and googly eyes anyone?

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