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- What to Put in Halloween Treat Bags
- Easy Halloween Treat Bags
- Halloween Cups and Containers
- Halloween Treat Boxes
- DIY Halloween Treat Bag Crafts
What to Put in Halloween Treat Bags
Find our full Halloween party supplies list on Amazon with favor and goodie bag ideas. Or check out or list of ideas below.
Bat Paper Bag
Add a bit more detail to the bags, like wings on these bats. (via Homeschool Preschool)
Monster Treat Bags
You can also dress up brown paper bags with colorful spots, eyes, and even tongues. (via Jennifer McGuire Ink)
Halloween Cups and Containers
Creative yet still super simple ways to hold more treats.
Halloween Treat Cups
Draw on colorful cups to create these pumpkin, bat, and Frankenstein designs. (via Simple as That Blog)
Halloween Party Poppers
These tube-shaped poppers can fit all kinds of treats. (via Onion Rings and Things)
Fill a glove with candies and decorate with a spider ring on outside for a creepy and quick Halloween party favor idea. How brilliant! (via Queens Card Castle)
Halloween Treat Boxes
All of the following ideas come with free printable box templates for your convenience. Just cut, assemble and you’re good to go.
Candy Corn Treat Box
Choose from three different designs, such as a pillow box in white, orange, yellow stripes, or tri-colored, and a triangle box shaped like an actual candy corn. (via Moms and Crafters)
Coffin Treat Box
A gravely designed treat black box with cobwebs and pumpkins. (via Everyday Dishes)
Stick small candies in this multi-sided box, which come in 3 different Halloween designs. (via A Subtle Revelry)
DIY Halloween Treat Bag Crafts
If you feel up to some cutting and folding, these ideas will require some assembly, but they’re still pretty simple to do.
Pumpkin Handprint Treat Bag
This is perfect for preschoolers. So adorable! (via Glued to My Crafts Blog)
Bat Candy Bar Cover
The wings fold over to cover candy bar. A fun way to reveal your Halloween treat. (via Skip to My Lou)
Pumpkin Treat Holder
Wrap your treats in orange tissue paper and tie with green ribbon and you’re done. (via Think Make Share Blog)
Cut strips of paper and affix together for a cauldron to store your goodies. (via Paper N Stamps)
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