I don’t get into the scary side of Halloween much, but I do enjoy handing out treats to the cute littles who visit my door. We probably get 200 – 300 trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood every year. It’s a small neighborhood, but for some reason it has become a popular place for people to bring their kiddos to.
I let most of them dip their hand into the candy bowl and pull out a few treats, but for my grands and the kids that live in our neighborhood I like to do something a little special.
Here’s a roundup of the top ten cutey patootey Halloween treat bags that I’ve seen lately.
I see these little mini buckets everywhere and they’re perfect for Halloween treats.
These cute bags are made using a Silhouette and stamps.
These treat filled cones are adorable and would work well for treat bags or to hold treats at each place at the supper table.
If you’re pressed for time, this free printable is cute on pre-made bags.
Stamped card stock slipped into a treat filled clear plastic bag and tied with a bit of ribbon makes for another quick diy treat bag.
Here’s yet another way to put those cardboard TP tubes to good use.
Love this idea for those peat pots that I buy and never know what to do with.
How about recycling some of those old bottles or jars you have filling up your cabinet?
These diy popcorn boxes might appeal to the adult kids more than the little tikes. The tutorial includes the free downloadable template for the box, rosettes and medallions.
And lastly, these vintage look Halloween treat poppers might just be my favorite of all.
So tell me – are you a “Just stick your hand in the bucket” kind of girl or are you an “All treats must be special” kind of girl ?
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