You know that old Halloween rhyme..... "Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat" ?? Well I'm here to share a few ideas for giving Halloween treats in some dressed up ways! And I've got a template for you too!
This treat bag topper was made using dies from Spellbinders to cut the cardstock and patterned paper which I folded over the top of the bag. I used a zip sandwich sized bag, I've got those on hand for packing my kids lunches. The crop-o-dile works great for punching holes to thread some ribbon through. Then I applied a few Halloween theme stickers. Simple, easy and it dressed up the goodies for some lucky trick-or-treater.
This little emporium serves double duty as a nifty Halloween decoration. I made this eery potions box using a template by Little Potato House.
I've had it in my house filled with M&M's for a few days. My kids thought it was just for decoration and don't know that the lids opens! Maybe I'll just keep that my own little secret??? Yeah, I love M&M's!
The coffin the kids figured out. I guess they were curious to see just what was inside! I made this using the template I'm sharing with you today. I printed two different digital papers on either side of my cardstock, or you could use double-sided scrapbook paper. It assembles quickly and can be dressed up with embellishments. It would make a cute hostess gift if you're attending any seasonal parties!
You can download the template for the coffin >>here<<
I hope you enjoy these ideas for ways to share some Halloween treats in a creative way.
Happy Haunting!!! I'm off to grab some M&M's from my secret stash! Shhhhhhhh!!!!