Halloween Treat Bags and Printables

Halloween treats bags

A quick and easy Halloween treat bag idea to make and give out to the little trick-or-treaters or as goody bags for a party.


Halloween treats bags

Wrap spider web around each bag to bring out a little spookiness for Halloween.

Let’s get started .  .  .  .  .


Halloween treat bags, supplies


1.  No tricks just treats labels {print here}
2.  Treats to fill the bags
3.  small brown paper bags {9.5″ x 5″ x 3″} or smaller
4.  glue stick
5.  scissors
6.  black twine
7.  spider web


Halloween treat bags

1.  Glue a Halloween treat label on the lower front side of a paper bag.

2.  Fill the bag with treats.

3.  Half way down from the top of the bag, gather the sides together with your hands to close the opening,

4.  Wrap twine around the gathered area of the bag twice and tie a knot.  Spread out the top of the bag just a little.

5.  Stretch out about 12 inch by 1 or 2 inches long piece of spider web and place a treat bag right on top of it at the center.

6.  Take one of the two ends of the spider web up to the top of the bag and secure it, repeat with the other end.  Take random pieces off the the spider web and stretch it around the bag where ever you want it.

Repeat these steps for all the other goody bags.



A simple Halloween display with a few branches covered with spider web, sparkly black spiders, mini pumpkins and a tray full of treat bags .



The kids will have fun uncovering the spider web to get to the treats inside the bag.



 Have a safe and fun Halloween!

{print Halloween treat labels here}


posted by Kay

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

, , , , , , ,

5 Responses to Halloween Treat Bags and Printables

  1. Botanic Bleu October 25, 2014 at 10:30 pm #

    Your Halloween Treat Bags will be so much fun for the kids. Not much money, but oh so clever! Always love your creative ideas, even when I am dashing through your post without time to comment.


    • Kay October 29, 2014 at 9:51 pm #

      It’s always a treat to hear from you Judith!

      I don’t get too many trick-or-treaters at my house and to make these treat bags to give out will be fun to do. It’s nice that it won’t cost much to make them too.

  2. Dore @ Burlap Luxe October 28, 2014 at 5:14 am #

    Oh how I have enjoyed my visit. It was first your blog name that caught my attention. I love the beauty in your photos, and every bit of my visit was inspiring.
    I also noticed you have a daughter Hannah, so do I and she is in college, my brothers son his name Is Caleb 🙂

    I will return soon, keep inspiring us all.



    • Kay October 29, 2014 at 9:53 pm #

      Thank you Dore for coming over for a visit and so glad that you enjoyed it too. You made my night!

      Caleb and Hannah were the two names Bill and I agreed on before we had any children. How fun to know that you and your brother decided on the same two names.

  3. Dore @ Burlap Luxe October 28, 2014 at 5:16 am #

    Ps. I got so sidetracked with your children’s names I forgot to mention the H. Treat bags are so cute, I am inspired to create a few.



Leave a Reply