How to Make Halloween Treat Bags Crafts Idea for Kids


How to Make Halloween Treat Bags Crafts Idea for Kids


Today we will be making a Halloween craft that is easy enough for kids to do by themselves or with Mom and Dad. We will be making a handmade customized & personalized made Halloween paper treat  bag that you can use as snack bag to give to a friend or trick-or-treaters. You can fill them up to give to your classmates or to give to special trick-or-treaters, friends, or relatives. All you will need is thick paper, scissors, glue, and orange ribbon. The easy instructions follow. Have fun.

Crafts Materials Needed:

Thick Black paper




orange satin ribbon


Step 1

Cut out a piece of paper approximately 40 cm x 30 cm ( 15.7 in x 11.8 in) ( you can change the dimensions if you like). On one end of the paper, fold in about 2 cm (0.8 in) , as shown, so now your paper will measure 38cm x 30 cm (15 in x 11.8 in)


Step 2

fold the paper in half so that it looks like this , now it will measure 19 cm x 30 cm (7.5 in x 11.8 in)


Step 3

Glue the end  to the flap you had folded in earlier so that your paper now looks like this


Step 4

Fold about 1.5 cm (0.6 in) on both sides so that it looks like this


Step 5

Now open it up, and use the creases to fold in, so that it looks like this


Step 6

Measure 6 cm from the bottom and fold like this


Step 7

Open it up and fold as shown in the picture below.


Step 8

Cut about 2 cm (0.8 in) off each side and fold in as shown. Secure with glue.


Step 9

On the other end, cut 2 slits 2 cm (0.8 in) long like shown.


Step 10

Fold in, and punch 2 holes on each side. Insert orange ribbon and knot on the inside to make handles.


Step 11 –

Your bag is now ready.


Decorate with more orange ribbon, paper or stickers. You can go for a simple, classy look..


or a funky Halloween look.


Fill with candy and give it to a friend, family member, special classmates, teachers, relatives, or whatever.

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