5 Little Monsters: Halloween Treat Bags and Printable Tags

Halloween Treat Bags and Printable Tags

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Do you ever need to have snacks for a Halloween party? Maybe a classroom party for your preschool or elementary age kid, or just a party with friends. Today I am sharing a cute and easy way to dress up your snacks for a party. 

I went to Smith's (the local Kroger store in Utah) and picked up some snacks that were on sale. I picked a few things that I knew my kids would like, Pringles® Snack Stacks, Keebler® Mini Fudge Stiripe Cookies, and Cheese-It®
 Crackers. You can hover over the picture above to find snacks for your party. There is also a coupon offer avilable through Nov 2 on these products to give you an even better deal. 

After I picked out the snacks I wanted, I gathered up some scrapbook paper in halloween colors, some white card stock, a paper cutter, and a gluestick, and I made some super easy treat bags and tags for the treats. They were really quick and easy to make and turned out really cute.

How to Make Halloween Treat Bags and Tags

Finished Size 5" x 5"

You will need:

  • Scrapbook Paper (you can get 2 bags from each sheet, you will need more for tag backgrounds)
  • white cardstock
  • paper cutter
  • scissors
  • glue stick or glue runner
  • printable tag pdf
  • printer


Cut out and score the bags according to the measurments in the picture below.

cut a strip of paper 10 1/2" x 5 1/2"
measure 5" from one side and score
cut 1/2" from the bottom to the score line
measure 1/2" from the other side and score
clip the bottom corners around the score line

Fold in half on the center score line, fold in flaps and glue

Print tags (link in supply list) and cut out

Glue onto patterned paper and cut out leaving a colored border around the tag

Glue a tag onto the center of your treat bag and put a bag of cookies or crackers inside. For the pringles I just glued a tag on top of the foil lid.