Trick or Treat Boo Bags

Just sharing a few (of the many) Halloween treat’s that I’m making for my kid’s classrooms.  I probably need to make about 30 more and since Halloween is still a few weeks away, I’m hoping the candy will last too!

 

Halloween Boo Treat Bags

     I kept telling myself to keep it simple.  These will be for children between the ages of 4-8 years old and will end up in the trash in about 15 seconds!
I textured embossed black card stock with circles then layered with scallop edged orange card stock.   I used purple heat embossing powder for the BOO stamp and added some googly eyes and a tulle bow for a little more spooky fun.

Halloween Treat Bags

I may or may not be doing some “dumpster diving” after my kids classroom Halloween party….LOL

 

Comments

  1. says

    Super cute Treat bags!! I have to start on the treat containers for my kiddos classes too!! Thank you for linking up for our Candy Goes HERE challenge!

    Lots of Love,
    Erika

  2. says

    So cute! A reminder that I need to get on that. I’m the same way. I say keep it simple but then I go all out and drive myself crazy. It makes me happy though. Kids, they just don’t appreciate our hard work! Haha! Happy Halloween!

  3. says

    Absolutely adorable!!! The kiddos will love these! I just bought that Boo Stamp and I love that you put eyeballs in there!!! Great job on the challenge! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Whimsical Wednesdays!
    hugs,
    joni

  4. says

    What a great job on the treat bags! I love the embossing and the googly eyes. Thanks for joining us at the Paper Cutz Challenge!

    ~Ashley
    Paper Cutz Challenge DT

  5. says

    ohh I miss classroom treats!! super cute! I know the candy wouldnt last in my house- good luck with the challenge -TY for joining in with us over at Crafty Sprouts!
    DTM- Kacee

  6. says

    These are adorable! I love the wiggle eyes. You are going to be one busy lady making all that stuff!! Thanks for joining Robyn’s My Pink Stamper Pink-alicious Blog Hop this month!!!

  7. says

    These are super cute!! I totally understand what you mean about keeping it simple. I am still buying the cellophane bags and then I make tags. I can’t bring myself to using the time and materials right now for a kindergartner. LOL. I love the colors and patterns you have chosen.
    Tina
    http://www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

  8. says

    How adorable, I saw these on the Crafty Sprouts challenge and fell in love. I remember doing treats from my kids (30 years ago, yikes) and I wish we knew then what we know now! Thanks for sharing!

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