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My kids really like Halloween, but this year, my brother is getting married that day so instead of trick or treating we will be celebrating and tearing up the dance floor! It’s not stopping us from a little Halloween fun though. I made these cute little trick or treat bags for the kids to fill with goodies at the reception or even at their class Halloween parties!
You will need:
burlap treat bags (found at WalMart in a 3 pack)
brushes or sponges for the paint
Lightly trace your jack o’lantern face on the burlap bag with a pencil. You could use templates for a witch’s hat, bat, or even candy corn! Lots of possibilities.
TIP: before filling in the lines you drew with the paint, put a piece of cardstock or paper inside the bag. This ensures the paint doesn’t dry between the sides of your treat bag.
Carefully paint inside the lines you drew.
Allow to dry, remove the paper from inside, and you are ready to fill with treats!
The size of these bags are perfect and the options are endless! I filled mine with candy from the large Hershey Variety Bags found at WalMart. They are the perfect size for trick-or-treaters or to fill up these bags to hand out at your child’s classroom parties. There’s a lot of candy so maybe no one will notice if you sneak one… or five.
Look for these treats at your local WalMart and have fun passing out candy and spreading some fun around your neighborhood!