Planning for Halloween at the last minute? These Halloween Trick or Treat graphics are great for trick or treat totes, favor bags and even t-shirts. The free printable is available for download at the end of the post! So many ways to use them:
To make the small treat bags, print the 6-to-a-page PDF onto regular 8.5″x11″ paper. The paper used below was a brown kraft paper:
You can sew the edges with a sewing machine…..
…..just insert the candy before you sew the last side closed:
Quick and easy treat and favor bags!
Not into sewing or want the kids to help? Just use a stapler! I used pretty turquoise staples for fun:
Another idea: Print the images (mirror image) onto t-shirt transfer paper and iron them onto little fabric bags:
The easiest idea? Print the images out onto card stock and use a glue stick to attach them to paper bags. Color them in if you prefer or leave the black and white!
I love how they all look together on a tray ready for the trick or treaters:
Make them for party favors or for your child’s class party:
No tricks with these!
Click here to download the free Halloween printable!*
*There are two files included in the zip file: 1 with 6 images to a page ready for printing for the small staple/sew bags and larger files for use on Trick or Treat Totes or t-shirts!
Here’s my little sketched out idea of what you could do with the larger Trick or Treating Loot bags!
Small Muslin Drawstring Treat Bags
Super Soft T-Shirt Transfer Paper
Kristina Churchill says
These are just so adorable…we will use them to make treat bags for Katy’s and NIkita’s school party! Thank you…
LOVE these – super cute designs! Thank you for sharing!
Thanks for sharing! Definitely going to use these!
Joanna L says
Thanks so much for the freebie!!!!
These are so cute! I’m getting frustrated as I can’t “mirror” the six to a page to make iron ons. Will keep trying!!!
Lindsay @Artsy-Fartsy Mama says
I love everything about these treat bags! They are so adorable and such a fun idea!!
I also wanted to let you know that I featured you on my blog today. Come by and check it out: http://www.artsyfartsymama.com/2012/10/pinteresting-features-n-shtuff-55.html
Thank you SO much! Very generous of you! We made GAK and filled little baggies of them to hand out with your art. Great way to involve the kiddos and not just buy a bag of candy 🙂
how do you print the mirror image of these? I ordered the muslin bags, but don’t know how to print the mirror image. I am on a Mac……. Thanks!!!
and I need to make them tomorrow , of course!
Celina Gray says
Thank you for these! I think the little Trick-&-Treaters are going to get a kick out of these. (I had fun making them too)