Halloween is the perfect time for crafting with kids. Whether you're hosting a Halloween party or want something cute and creative to hand out to trick-or-treaters this year, these DIY treat bags are the perfect solution. If you're heading out with the kids for trick-or-treating, you can also make one of these bags to collect your goodies.
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Frankenstein Halloween Treat Bag
Upgrade regular small green paper bags to resemble Frankenstein's face for an amazing bag to give out to trick-or-treaters or as a party gift bag.
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Boo Treat Bag Toppers
Print the template provided on this site and attach it to the top of small cellophane bags filled with candy for super easy (and modern) DIY treat bags.
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Calligraphy Halloween Favor Bags
If you're celebrating your wedding or hosting a sophisticated costume party this Halloween, these elegant treat bags will be a perfect addition to your decor. The printable design (featuring spooky-yet-chic calligraphy) can be filled with popcorn, candy, or even donut bites.
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Jack-O-Lantern Treat Bags
To make this easy craft, all you need is sandwich bags and a Sharpie marker. Draw jack-o-lantern faces onto each of the bags, then fill them with orange candy or chips. Tie with a black and white bow for an extra festive touch.Continue to 5 of 27 below.
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Paper Coffin Candy Box
These creepy coffins are the perfect way to gift your coworkers or friends some spooky treats this Halloween season. Folded black paper creates the shape of the coffin, which can then be used to house everything from gummy candy to small sugar cookies.
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Bat Treat Bags
These fabulous fringed bat treat bags would be a great way to surprise your kids this Halloween with their own mini bag of candy. Pair them with a coordinating bat piñata for a kid's party packed with fun.
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Colorful Jack-O-Lantern Treat Bags
Paint (or dye) small cotton bags with a bright hue and enhance them with a jack-o-lantern face for the perfect Halloween treat bag. For an extra dose of fun, you can even pack them full of colorful candy in the hue of the bag.
DIY Colorful Jack-O-Lantern Treat Bag Tutorial from The Sweetest Occasion
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Candy Shaped Boxes
Package a few pieces of candy into this candy-shaped container for a creative way to hand out treats to kids this Halloween. These paper designs may seem complicated, but all they really take is a few strategic cuts and folds.Continue to 9 of 27 below.
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Printable Owl Treat Box
These owl boxes are the perfect goodie for kids to bring into school on Halloween—there's even a spot to write each student's name on the box.
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Halloween Characters Treat Pouches
Get ready for Halloween by making these adorable candy pouches. These were constructed using a Silhouette machine, but could just as easily be done using a regular pair of scissors.
DIY Halloween Characters Treat Pouches Tutorial from It's Always Autumn
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Treat Yo Self Treat Bags
Surprise everyone in your office by baking a batch of pumpkin cookies and individually packaging them in handmade "treat yo' self" bags that are perfect for Halloween. These could also double as prepackaged trick-or-treat bags to hand out to kids who ring the door.
DIY Treat Yo Self Treat Bags Tutorial from Design Eat Repeat
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Stenciled Treat Bags
Customize small cotton bags by stenciling a spooky motif on the front, like a black cat, bat, or spider. They make easy candy bags to hand out to trick-or-treaters or party favor bags able to hold small toys and trinkets.Continue to 13 of 27 below.
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Black and White Treat Bag Toppers
This next craft could not be easier. Regular plastic bags get a festive upgrade with printable black and white Halloween toppers featuring ghosts, witch hats, the night sky, and more. Here's the best part: You can print these accents any size you need, so you can stuff everything from a small snack bag of Skittles to a gallon bag of kettle corn.
DIY Black and White Treat Bag Toppers Tutorial from Make and Tell
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Boo Paper Treat Bags
These boo treat bags have a modern design and are perfect for filling up with a variety of candy. They're even stylish enough to pull out during a chic adults-only black and white Halloween bash.
DIY Boo Paper Treats Bag Tutorial from The Sweetest Occasion
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Ghost Candy Bags
Before your kids head out trick-or-treating, make sure to give them a few treats from you in these DIY ghost candy bags. An attached string allows littles to wear their bags around their neck or shoulder while combing the streets for candy.
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Polka Dot Trick-or-Treat Bags
Download this fun orange and yellow treat bag topper to print out and stick on the top of the bags you hand out to trick-or-treaters. Choose clear cellophane to make it easy for little hands to grab exactly what they like best.Continue to 17 of 27 below.
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Treat-Or-Treat Candy Bags
When it comes to these DIY candy bags there is no trick, the only option is a treat. They're a fun and colorful twist on traditionally spooky Halloween decor and easy as pie to make thanks to a printable label.
DIY Treat or Treat Candy Bag Tutorial from Design Eat Repeat
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Printable Halloween Favor Boxes
Download a copy of this printable favor box, which you can then assemble and fill with candy. This is a great craft for older children to help with—they won't even know that all that folding is really helping them master geometry.
DIY Printable Halloween Favor Box Tutorial from A Subtle Revelry
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Spider Fries Treat Box
For a creative way to hand out chocolate-covered pretzels to a crowd, look no further than this clever fry box DIY. These don't even require any folding—you simply jazz up basic white fry boxes with stickers, ribbon, and googly eyes.
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No Tricks Just Treats Bag
Download a copy of this printable bag topper to attach to the top of all your candy bags this Halloween. With a simple "No Tricks, Just Treats" slogan on top, they're basic enough to be timeless and school-friendly.Continue to 21 of 27 below.
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Black and White Striped Halloween Treat Box
Print and assemble these modern black and white striped treat boxes to hand out at Halloween. They'd be an adorable way to house popcorn or chips at a party or an ideal package for bite-sized candy bars for the neighborhood kids.
DIY Black and White Striped Halloween Treat Box Tutorial from Paper Crave
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Trick or Treat Yo Self Bag
Upgrade your choice of treat bags with these printable stickers featuring the classic phrase "Trick or Treat Yo Self." This tutorial also teaches you how to make a treat bag from scratch if you want to try your hand at that too.
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Spooky Ghosts Treat Bag Topper
Stick these ghostly bag toppers onto clear plastic food bags for an affordable Halloween giftable that can be filled with candy or baked treats. Splurge on ghost marshmallows if you want to stay on theme.
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Candy Corn Bags
Craft paint is all it takes to transform basic muslin bags into candy corn satchels. If you really want to go all out, you can choose a selection of two or three candies and paint bags to match each.Continue to 25 of 27 below.
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Graphic Boo Candy Bag
Funky, fun, and just a bit '90s, these colorful boo bags are a great grown-up treat bag for teens or tweens. Plus, they couldn't be easier—all you need to do is print out your desired graphic and let your imagination run wild.
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Printable Trick-Or-Treat Bags
With just a few sheets of paper, a stapler, and some cellophane bags, you can make candy bags for everyone who rings your doorbell on Halloween night. Use your favorite clip art for an additional creative touch.
DIY Printable Trick or Treat Bag Tutorial from Almost Makes Perfect
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Matchbook Treat Holder
Using a die cutter, create this matchbook treat holder that features a Halloween message on the front and a candy tucked into the middle. It would also be a great way to gift a little Halloween gift card for coffee or dessert for teens that may be over the whole candy thing.