These little treat bags are so easy you can make a bunch for your Halloween party. Change the mouth (Smile, sad, scary, etc.) on each one to make them all unique!
You will need:
Pack of orange paper sacks 2 ½” x 4” (There are 25 in each pack and the top folds down to close)
Dimensional fabric paint, green glitter and black glitter
Black button for each bag
Halloween wiggle eyes two sizes
Tacky craft glue
1. Work on one side of the bags at a time letting the paint dry in between. If you are making a lot of bags, work assembly line style. Turn bag to the backside where the flap turns over to close and working on the orange side use the green glitter dimensional paint to paint wavy or straight lines for the hair. Please note that this will be folded over on the opposite side for the hair. Let dry completely for a few hours.
2. When the hair is dry turn over and work on the face. Draw a mouth shape in pencil (Have fun drawing different mouths to make each bag unique) Using tacky craft glue, attach a black button to the center for the nose. Glue two wiggle eyes above the nose. It is fun to use two different sizes of wiggle eyes for a whimsical look. (See photo)
3. Use the black dimensional glitter paint to trace over the pencil outline. Add two eyebrows over the wiggle eyes. Let dry completely.
4. Fill with small candies. Fold over the flap to close.
Super cute! Pinned!!!ReplyDelete
How cute! I love this idea!ReplyDelete
Very cute! Stopping by from Pin Me linky party!ReplyDelete
This is really a cute idea for giving out goodies to all the ghosts, goblins and ghouls... plus some cute little kids too!ReplyDelete
These are so cute, and it's so easy a great combination for crafts. Hope you have a great day.ReplyDelete
This is cute! But, personally, I want a bigger bag! LOL!ReplyDelete
These are adorable! The googly eyes are too cute :DReplyDelete
dropping by from Dare to Share.
These are too cute! They would be perfect to put our candy in for the neighborhood kids on our front steps while we take our own kids out!ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog this morning! I love Halloween and these treat bags are so cute! I think I'll pin them to my Halloween board.ReplyDelete
Lori in Atlanta
Such a fun craft and the kids can play with the faces after all the candy is gone :-)ReplyDelete
How cute are these?? Thanks so much for linking up with Tickled Pink Times Two! Make it a pink day :)ReplyDelete
These little baggies are really cute! Thanks for sharing at Submarine Sunday!ReplyDelete