Let’s make a monster Halloween treat bag perfect for your little one to carry around on Halloween night! Or, if you’d like something a little less boyish, I have a darling Trick Or Treat Halloween treat bag complete with candy and glitter you might want to try!
In our old neighborhood we would get close to 500 kids each Halloween night and I bet 100 of them would be carrying plain white pillow cases. Gasp!
I personally won’t give my good white linens to my kids to drag around the neighborhood! ;) I’d likely never get them back! So I’m going to show you how to make a fun and super easy Halloween treat bag with a $3 blank black tote (available at most craft stores, but I got this one at JOANN)!
Supplies To Make Monster Halloween Treat Bag
- Cricut Maker or Cricut Explore Air 2
- Cricut Design Space project
- 13×13 black fabric tote
- 4” blue feathery/furry trim (available in JOANN stores)
- Cricut silver glitter iron on
- Cricut white iron on
- Elmer’s Extreme glue
- Weeding Tool
- Standard Cutting Mat
- Iron or Cricut EasyPress
How To Make A Monster Halloween Treat Bag
- Measure – determine how big your tote is so you can size your design.
- Cut & Weed – open my Design Space project and size it to your tote. Make sure you “select all.” Send each layer to your mat and weed each piece of the design.
- Apply iron-on – lay the iron on in place and measure to make sure you’re centered, and iron. (Tip: Make sure that you turn the “steam” feature off or it could bubble your design.) Or better yet, use a Cricut EasyPress. :)
- Apply trim – using extreme glue (dries clear) add trim above each eye as eyebrows.
More Halloween Craft Ideas
Looking for more Halloween craft ideas? I have you covered!
- 3-D Bat Banner in Orange and Black
- Green and Black Frankenstein Banner
- Orange and Black Jack-O-Lantern Banner
- Haunted House Halloween Invitation
As always, I hope you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate!
This easy Halloween project is sponsored by JoAnn Fabric and Craft Stores. Thank you for supporting my wonderful sponsors. They make it possible for me to keep the ideas coming! All content, ideas, photography and opinions are that of my own and I’d have it no other way!