This past weekend I got together with my daughter, Rebecca, to make these fun Halloween Treat containers! Where did they come from you ask? They are from the September Paper Pumpkin kit! The kit came with all of the supplies to make 24 treat containers. Rebecca is a 3rd grade teacher and has 24 students in her class so this worked out great! What is Paper Pumpkin? It is a monthly craft kit that comes to your door with all of the supplies needed to make that month's craft project. You just need to provide a scissors to complete the project. Already a subscriber to my paper pumpkin? I encourage you to bust out September's kit. It is so much fun! Want to sign up for your own monthly kit? I don't blame you! It's only $19.99 plus tax and that includes your shipping! Go here to subscribe.
A couple of tips for this kit: 1)We didn't put the little rectangle cardboard pieces in the bottom of the bag. We didn't really need the bags to stand up on their own so we omitted them. 2)We had better luck stapling the goodie bags shut rather than just adhering them with glue dots.
3) We taped the labels on over the bags rather than adhere them with glue dots.
If you do the bags this way you will end up with a bunch of leftover glue dots. This is no problem because you can use them on other projects. Glue dots on one of my favorite ways to adhere embellishments!
At the end of this project you will have the Halloween stamp set and gray ink spot still to use. You can use it to make Halloween cards, more treat containers or scrapbook pages. Such a great value!
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