As the Halloween season draws closer I have been looking at fun ways to get crafty with the kids. I do love a good Halloween Bucket from Poundland or the Dollar store, however, making your own DIY Trick or treat bag can be really fun and boost a child’s self esteem knowing that they have made their own bag to collect their goodies in.
We have lots of great ideas for DIY Trick or treat bags from a felt bag to a shark bag to a Frankenstein bag. There are lots of ideas. Which one will you choose?
DIY Trick or Treat Bags
A Joyful Riot – Candy Corn Trick or Treat Bag
Love ruffles? You’ll dig this easy project! All you need is a couple of drawstring bags, some fabric and a little time, and you’re sorted.
Persia Lou – Skeleton Flamingo Tote
Time to get into the Halloween vibe folks! Spice up that simple plain tote bag with this easy art activity!
Mod Podge Rocks – Duck Tape DIY Trick or Treat Bag
Not so sure about your crafting skills? This one’s the perfect project to get started on. It is so easy and yet so beautiful, you’ll take pride in the end result!
A Girl and a Glue Gun – Princess Bags
Got a little girl who’s a sucker for Disney princesses? This easy project will turn out to be perfect to try for Halloween trick or treating!
Rad Megan – Felt Frankenstein Bag
Got a little extra time on your hands? This Frankenstein bag is the right project for you! All you need is a few pieces of felt!
Merriment Design – DIY Trick or Treat Bag with Sticky Spiderwebs and Moving Spiders
How about whipping up a bag that’s not just fun to make, but to use too? This one allows you to move the spiders around as you please- how cool is that?
Craftaholics Anonymous – Candy Corn Crochet Trick or Treat Bag
Love crocheting? Why not try this easy pattern that’s actually a great trick or treat bag shaped like the ear of a corn!
Uncommon Designs Online – Skull and Crossbones Tote Bag
When it comes to Halloween, you can never go wrong with skull and crossbones, and this tote bag project is perfect for just that.
365 Days of Crafts – DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Bag
Looking for a simple, no fuss DIY bag project for Halloween? This treat bag is perfect, and super easy to make too.
Make it Love it – Felt Trick or Treat Bag
A few pieces of felt are all you need to make this trick or treat bag. It is cat shaped and perfect for your little one to carry around on Halloween night.
Yellow Bliss Road – Pottery Barn Knock Off Trick or Treat Bags
Want to whip up your own trick or treat bag but still don’t want to get onto all that sewing headache? These new sew bags are just right for you.
Bless This MessPlease – Mummy Trick or Treat Bag
On the hunt for a fun mummy inspired trick or treat bag for your kiddo? Give this one a try and you’re sorted.
Two Sisters Crafting – DIY Trick or Treat Bag
Looking for a fun ruffle-filled trick or treat bag to go along with your little girl’s outfit? You need to give this one a try!
Stitched by Crystal – Sewn Shark Trick or Treat Bag
Looking for a cute yet Halloween appropriate trick or treat bag for your little one? This shark bag is perfect for just that.
More Fun Trick or Treat Bags To Make
The Inspiration Edit –DIY Halloween Cat Bag
Time for a fun and easy Halloween treat bag project to try for your little one! This cat themed bag takes just a few minutes to make.
Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom – Halloween Trick or Treat Bag
Love working on sewing projects? This one’s the perfect one to try for Halloween- a cute little trick or treat bag for your girl!
Damask Love – Fendi Inspired Monster Tote Bag
And here’s something for your fashionista that’s about to go trick or treating! This cute little monster themed tote bag ticks all the boxes!
Here Comes the Sun – Candy Corn Trick or Treat Bag
On the hunt for a unique trick or treat bag to make for your little one? Give this easy, candy corn inspired bag a try.
My So Called Crafty Life – DIY No Sew Spider Web Trick or Treat Bag
And of course, here’s a little something for those who don’t have a crafty side! This no sew trick or treat bag is super easy to make.
Free Halloween Lunch Box Notes
Lunch box jokes are always a fun addition to your child’s day. It’s like your sending a little note to your child which will make them laugh and make opening the lunch box a little more fun.
Today we have a fun halloween printable which I’m sure you and the kids will love. It’s easy and free to download and I hope you enjoy it.
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE HALLOWEEN LUNCH BOX JOKES HERE
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About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!
Such a great list of tutorials – I think the Frankenstein bag is my favourite!
I love the designs. Ive never made my own trick or treat bags
I really love the skeleton bird bag as it’s super cool and reminds me of that story book the dark dark night!
Yes we love Funnybones!
Lynne Harper says
The halloween DIY trick or treat bags are fantastic. We need some new ones so I might spend half term getting creative with the boys 🙂 x
I’m glad you like them.
These made me smile and my favorite was the first with the green felt Frankenstein. When my kids were little, Halloween was one of my favorite holidays. I took the neighborhood crew and we were out until the very last porch light had dimmed. Then we’d go home, make hot chocolate and the kids would swap candy. “I’ll trade you a Snicker for you Hostess Cupcake” x
Ami Rose says
These are amazing. I wish I was as creative as you are. I’ve never done anything like this!
Victoria Marden says
I really like these, especially the cat one by a paper bag, so simple but cute.
Kaz & Ickle Pickle (@IcklePicklex) says
Love all these. With two new black kittens in our family we just have to choose a black cat one!! Kaz
oh how cool. That’s my craft! Thanks for sharing.
These are great ideas, I think we are going to go round to family houses for trick or treating so we will have to make one for that 🙂
thats a good idea. When I was in NZ we had trunk or treat where everyone kitted out the car boot with halloween decorations and treats at church and the kids went there to get treats. It was safer than random houses on the streets.
This something my friend would definitely want to do with her students. Keep up the good work. I’m definitely going share this with her.
Awesome. Thanks for stopping by. Crafting can be super fun.