What would Halloween be without candy? Though the costumes are fun and the decorations are spooky, the celebrations revolve around delicious sweet treats. Children eagerly go from door to door, gathering as much loot as they can, before dumping it all out and happily examining all of their sugary treasures. Other than a costume, the most important Halloween necessity is a trick or treat bag to hold as much candy as possible. Instead of going with a boring pillowcase or expensive store-bought candy container this year, you can learn how to sew your own DIY goodie bags that will be the perfect addition to any Halloween ensemble.
Check out these 13 Spooky and Sweet Halloween Treat Bag Ideas that you can make yourself. You’ll love these adorable, easy ways to learn how to make a trick or treat bag for your children or grandchildren. Pick a traditional favorite like this Fabric Pumpkin Basket, or make this mouthwateringly cute Candy Corn Trick or Treating Bag. For a sturdier option that is sure to hold endless amounts of treats, try this Reversible Trick or Treating Bag. With these DIY goodie bags, you are sure to give your little ones a magical Halloween that they’ll never forget.
Let’s face it: pumpkins just scream “Halloween”. You can’t get more festive than a cute pumpkin DIY trick or treat bag. However, you don’t have to stick to the traditional jack-o-lantern container. Try one of these unique pumpkin crafts that are sure to be the cutest goodie bags on the block.
Where better to store your sweet treats than in a candy-themed bag? Kids love candy corn, and they’ll love these these adorable candy corn treat bag ideas even more.
The possibilities for creating your own trick or treat bag are endless. No matter your skill level, you can make one or more of these easy sewing projects. You’ll be sure to bring a smile to your little one’s face with these custom-made treat bags.
What creative treat bags have you used? Share below!
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