Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

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Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Before we know it, trick-or-treaters will be knocking at our doors. To make all those school parties and Halloween festivities extra special, check out these quirky little treat bags. Print your own mask bag, or revamp a lunch bag with a candy facade. You can print em both right here and ensure you’re ready for October 31.

Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Things You’ll Need

Treat bag templates (Click HERE to download.)
Adhesive label paper and/or computer paper
Glue stick
Wax paper (optional)

Lunch Bag Printable

Print out the template on adhesive label paper. Lay your lunch bag centered over the top of the design, and trace. Cut out the design, peel off the backing and adhere it to the front of the lunch bag. If you don’t have adhesive paper, you can print it right on computer paper and use a glue stick to adhere it to the bag.

Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Small Treat Bag

For this one, the printout turns into the treat bag. Print out the design on computer paper. Flip it over so it’s facedown, and fold in each side to meet in the middle, overlapping about 1/4 inch. Run a glue stick along the overlap, and press together.

Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Fold in the corners of the bottom of the bag, and then fold the bottom up about 1 inch. Use a glue stick to adhere. To close the bag after filling, just fold the top over and secure with washi tape. If you are putting unwrapped candy in the bag, you can line it with wax paper. Do this by cutting a piece the same width as the bag and double the length. Fold it in half, and slip it inside the bag. Use a bit of nontoxic glue to adhere it to each side of the bag, if necessary.

Free Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Pass them out at a Halloween party, or surprise the kids on Halloween with an extra-special treat!

Free Printable Halloween Treat BagsFree Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Printable Design: Striped Cat Studio
All Photos: Kelly Lanza

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