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Thursday, 25 October 2018

Halloween Treat Bags 2018

Every year I put together treat bags for some of the children in my family, I've done Halloween hands and cellophane bags but this year I had a haul of different bits and pieces, this is how I put everything together.
I found these adorable Halloween character bags on Baker Ross, they're not huge but great to put in little bits and pieces. They come in a pack of 8 which is perfect for what I needed this year. I decided to fill them with a lollipop, a small bag of haribo, a small box of smarties, a removable tattoo and a balloon. If your child can't eat chocolate or sweets then you could always use slime, blind bags or small toys. 
The only one I did differently was for the Baby, I found this My First Halloween onesie on Asda and packaged it in a Halloween print cellophane bag with white chocolate buttons. Items like this are great keepsakes and Asda do my first onesie's and outfits for Christmas too if you are looking. 
I also decided to package the treat bags in the cellophane bags, along with a bottle of slime and a bag of white chocolate buttons. It looked a lot better having them packaged together and although it was a shame it wouldn't of all fit in the character bag, if they were too heavy, I'd be worried they'd break easily. 
I'm so happy with how they turned out and I cannot wait for the kids to see them. If you wanted to see the previous years treat bags; Click Here & Here or to see the treat bags I've done for Trick Or Treaters; Click Here.


Do you do Treat Bags for Halloween? What would you included in yours?

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