Happy Spooky Season!

Are you looking for a quick + easy Halloween treat? I got you!

I made these little treats for M's classroom. They were so easy to put together and thank you to my lovely Cricut machine, it took no time to cut the little ghost tags. I also used Avery labels to create a little "from Madeline" sticker to place on the backside of the ghosts.

Items Used:

Clear cello bags - you can pick these up in the baking aisle at your local craft store
Printed paper bags - these are easily found in the seasonal items at your local craft or scrapbook store
Paper Shred - Dollar Tree or similar type store is the least expensive route, of course, all your craft stores have it, and if you have a paper shredder, you can make your own for cheap!
Fun non-candy or candy to stuff your bags. 

I included:
  • a whistle
  • a fun curly straw
  • Halloween granola bar
  • Halloween pencil
  • mini Halloween Pez dispenser + candy
  • DIY Halloween bead bracelet kit (I thought the kiddos would have fun making these at home.)
  • A bag of Halloween-shaped Veggie Chips (I picked mine up from Sam's Club.)

I placed everything except the chips inside the printed paper bags, added the paper shred, stuffed paper bag, and chips inside the clear cello bag. I tied the top with orange tulle, a printed Halloween ribbon, added the tag, and DONE!

Depending on what you include in your bag, these would be great for not just classroom treats but treats for co-workers, neighbors, or family members.

Happy crafting!

Until next time,

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