Halloween deocrations and personalized treat bags

Halloween is the perfect holiday for kids (and adults) to be creative, a little silly, and use their imaginations! We love the decorations, costumes, parties, and the treats, of course. This Halloween, I decided to put together some simple, but adorable Halloween Treat Bags that can be used as party favors or to take to your child’s school. Kids will love to go home with their own little ghost, Frankenstein, or pumpkin treat bag filled with yummy goodies.

Halloween treat buckets

Rather than pre-filling the treat bags, it’s fun to set up a tricks and treats bar. That way kids are able to fill the treat bags up themselves. The perfect containers to hold all of the tricks and treats are personalized Halloween trick-or-treat bags. Instead of a name, have your personalized trick-or-treat bags say cute Halloween sayings like “Tricks”, “Treats” or “Boo-yah”.

Halloween candy in a personalized treat bag

Halloween candy and personalized treat bags

Halloween candy in personalized treat bags

What You’ll Need To Make the Treat Bags:

  • Small treat popcorn boxes in orange, green, and white
  • Black marker
  • Black cardstock
  • Scissors
  • Googly eyes
  • Glue


Ghost: Glue a pair of googly eyes onto the white treat box and using a black marker, draw on a mouth.

Frankenstein: Cut out a zigzag hair pattern from the black cardstock and glue onto the top of the green treat box. Glue on googly eyes. Using the black marker, draw on a mouth and “stitches”.

Pumpkin: Using a black marker, draw on a jack-o-lantern face onto the orange treat box.


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Enjoy and have a safe and Happy Halloween!

Piera Jolly is the founder and editor-in-chief of JollyMom.com, a savvy and popular blog that provides moms with helpful parenting information, fun child-friendly activities, craft ideas, recipes, and the latest trends for moms, kids, and families. JollyMom.com is also proud to have been named a Top 10 Inspiring Blogger by Mashable, a Power Mom by Nielsen and one of Access Communication’s Top 50 Mommy Blogs!