Please Welcome: Amy from The Idea Room

My name is Amy and I am normally blogging over at The Idea Room.  I am so honored to be here today as part of the September Spooktacular.  I was finally able to meet Jodie and Jen this past summer and I am so happy to be able to call them friends.  They are both so fun and sweet! 

Today I am sharing with you some fun Halloween Treat Bags.  I am always on the lookout for some cute and easy things to give to the kids friends, classmates and preschool class for Halloween.  This year I decided to make some treat bags for the kids friends.

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These are really simple to make.  All you need to do is print out a pattern that I am providing for you.  You can print the pattern onto colored cardstock if you have a printer that can handle that.  Or you can print the pattern onto white paper and then trace it onto your colored cardstock.

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I have marked with a dotted line where you will need to fold your paper to make it into the bag shape, which is open on the sides.

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Then you will need to simply cut out and glue the parts onto each of the bags.  I originally used some fun google eyes that I had in some scrapbook supplies.  This is why the eyes on Frankenstein and the Bat look a little fuzzy…they are.  No need to adjust your computer screen :)!

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I have provided you with four patterns:  Bat, Frankenstein, Pumpkin and a Tombstone.  To download the patterns simply click on the image or the name of the bag.

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Thanks so much for having me.  I would love for you to stop on over at The Idea Room and check out some of the other fun ideas I have shared. 

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