Halloween Trick-or-Treat Tags
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Download these free printable trick-or-treat tags for Halloween treats!
The Best Spooky Halloween Printables (for free)! Trick-or-Treat Tags:
I remember the excitement and anticipation that comes with Halloween. Dressing up, collecting candy, and celebrating at school are all such wonderful memories. We lived at the end of a dirt road, and one of our few neighbors always made sure to make extra special Halloween treats for us each year.
Now that we live remotely, I like to do the same. Since we only have a few kids each year, and I know exactly who they’ll be, I always like to make special treat bags for them filled with candies.
I found these darling coffin boxes at a craft store and knew they’d be the perfect thing for our trick-or-treaters! The boxes come as a set of three and couldn’t be cuter!
I filled each box with candy and then used a little silk ribbon to tie the boxes shut and secured each box with these free printable trick-or-treat tags!
I really love this type of quick and easy project because it adds so much and makes what could be very ordinary, extra special!
If you’re making more than a few trick-or-treat bags, these would be so cute added to paper baggies too rather than the coffin boxes! I think these would be darling for a school party!
- Printable Gift Tags
- Ribbon or String
- Paper Trimmer
- Hole Punch
- Download the free printable tags.
- Use a paper trimmer to cut each tag out.
- Punch a hole in the top of each tag.
- Add ribbon!
- Attach each tag to boxes or baggies of treats!
If making these for a school party, you could put a treat into individual paper bags and finish each off with a trick-or-treat tag. I think a brownie or rice-crispie treat would be the perfect thing! Using black and white baker’s twine would be a darling addition too!
As we begin the holiday season, I look forward to creating and gifting! I love making and giving gifts, and I can’t wait to share some of my ideas with you this year!