Halloween Trick or Treat DIY Bags For Your Child

October 05, 2016

Halloween DIY Child Trick Or Treat Bag

 Style your Trick-or-Treat Halloween bags a little something special. We'll share some tips to create unique and fun ways to create a DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Bag at home. 

 Quick Iron On Design: 

 For a quick and simple design consider finding a royalty free illustration which you can then transfer to your tote via an iron on transfer paper

 You can find loads of free Halloween images to print on transfer paper to iron on to your bags. Here is a link to an updated list of free clip art sites which allow you to use their art images for free.

 Also a few more crafty designs with free downloads to consider here, here or here

 Patch or Pin on Designs: 

Etsy has a great selection of iron on patches and pins that you can use to decorate your trick or treat bags. Some options are listed below: 


 Stencil on Designs:

You can find Halloween stencils at your local craft store and use glitter paint to make a pretty accent. 

 Image via HGTV. I love how simple this accent looks with the glitter paint. More ideas can be found on HGTV's website as well as some free templates that can be used for your bag.

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