Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Classroom Treat Bags {Halloween Week}

Hello friends!

It's Halloween week at Stamping Lightly, and I am sharing easy ideas for adding a special touch to your Halloween tricks and treats.  Today- it's all about the class parties and at our elementary school, they are always looking to a generous parent or two to bring in goody bags or take home treats for the kids to enjoy after the party.  Treat bags x 20+ kids can add up pretty quickly, but by dressing up simple and small paper bags, your treats can be the hit of the party without breaking the bank.

Level one- add some stamping or drawing to a small white paper bag.  This couldn't be easier- just stamp or draw a skeleton face or even a ghost with black ink.  Fill the bag with some candy and you are good to go!

Level two- stamping and a few accents.  While you could stamp or draw a pumpkin face on any orange bag, I decided to add a few accents in the form of a stem and leaf.  While a few more steps are involved, it's still simple and easy to mass produce.  

Here are the bags together- aren't they cute?  


Well, that's all for me today.  Thanks for stopping by and I will see you tomorrow for a super spooky edition of Take 2 Thursday!

Until then, 


  1. Oh, these are too fun! Perfect for some classroom treats, indeed! :)

  2. I love both options! Totally adorable way to give treats!!


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