There are SO many fun things to make for Halloween! Why not make a special Trick or Treat bag that makes it clear whose treats are whose? The plastic pumpkin buckets are cute and all, but they are not unique, and, frankly, they don’t hold enough! 🙂 These bags are all pretty darn adorable though, and some can be made without sewing a stitch!
Precious Patterns has designed these adorable applique bag patterns to add personality to the Trick or Treat ritual. The patterns are a download, so you get complete instructions and instant gratification when you purchase.
I love these bags with so-easy cartoony appliques! Pumpkin, ghost and Frankenstein bag designs are from 5 Little Monsters. Check out the “bolts” on Frankenstein’s “neck”!
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I don’t know about you, but I have more than a bit of novelty fabric in my stash, and making Trick or Treat bags would ease some of my fabric-collecting guilt. The Chirping Moms share instructions for this bag and a no-sew bag, if you are so inclined.
I’m a sucker for handprints. So I have them on tee shirts, Thanksgiving decorations (handprint turkeys!) dishes and more. This Handprint Ghost Bag from Happy Go Lucky adds another handprint project to my collection!
I don’t know if you can really call this Mummy Bucket a bag, but it has a handle and it holds candy – that’s close enough for me! Mod Podge stiffens the cheesecloth so the mummy will keep its shape and be easy to drop treats into. Plaid provides a detailed materials list along with easy-to-follow instructions.
First, scary mask! But look at the bag. It’s a Repurposed Tee Shirt Bag! This great idea is from Austin Goodwill. It’s so easy – there is just one straight seam to sew. Tee shirts are a blank canvas for all kinds of decorating possibilities. Or you might get lucky and find one already printed with a Halloween theme! Done in 5 minutes!
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