Make Your Own Halloween Treat Bag

Collect candy and other Halloween treats in one of these DIY bags for kids. Check out four sweet ideas.

When it comes to Halloween, all eyes are on the costumes. But equally important is a Halloween accessory staple – the treat bag! What kind of bags do your children carry? From the classic pillowcase ready for pounds of candy to an easy-to-grab bucket, there are lots of ways to collect the goodies on Oct. 31. If you’re looking for some inspiration for this year’s bag, take a peek at this week’s roundup.

DIY No Sew Monster Trick-or-Treat Bags

We all need more monster fur in our lives! Making the World Cuter shows you how to create a silly treat bag that doesn’t require a needle and thread.

Personalized Trick-or-Treat Bags

You don’t need to make a bag to make it your own for Halloween. Crazy Little Projects takes readymade totes and gives them a personalized touch this season.

DIY Trick-or-Treat Bag with Sticky Spider Web

This Halloween bag is also a clever activity. Check out Merriment Design to see how Velcro is turned into a fun spider web for an over-the-top accessory.

Oogie Boogie Inspired Trick-or-Treat Bags

A drawstring bag is a great start for a Halloween trick-or-treat sack. Mama Smith’s shares her inspiration for this Oogie Boogie bag.

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