How To Make A Cat Halloween Treat Bag
Today we have a fantastic DIY Cat Halloween treat bags tutorial which is a fun Halloween craft idea. My cousin has a black cat called Ned. He was a stray but was re-homed over a year ago and is just a happy cat now, happy, strong and well loved.
Today we are sharing a fun kids craft which is inspired by Ned the Cat, a Black cat in my family.
I do hope you like this fun halloween activity. This is a fantastic Halloween activity and is quick, simple and easy to create and halloween bags are a fun craft for the little ones to create.
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What To Put In Halloween Gift Bags
Well, if you grew up trick or treating then you’ll know that kids love candy and sweets. We love to have a mixture of halloween lollipops, candy and chocolate to put in children’s halloween bags. You may want to bake halloween cookies or make your own Halloween party treats. They could go down really well with those knocking at your door.
You can also offer non food treats for kids such as little toys. We made a Zomblings Halloween lucky dip one year and another year we had halloween stones. This is a great alternative for kids with allergies or gluten intolerance etc.
Cat Halloween Bag Supplies
Here are the supplies you will need to make your halloween bags.
Let’s Make This Fantastic Cat Halloween Bag
Print out the Halloween candy bags template.
Glue the eyes, nose and whiskers onto the front of your halloween goody bag.
Add candy and small toys to your DIY Halloween treat bags. you can now hand these out to kids as they visit or use at your next Halloween party.
Download Your Halloween treat bag template Here!
Halloween Treat Bag Ideas
I hope you like this fantastic treat bag idea. You can find more halloween treat bag ideas in this next blog post: 20 DIY Halloween Trick Or Treat Bags
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!