Halloween BOO treat bags, tags and cards
Boo gift wrap. And a tag and a card and a gift/treat bag topper is what this is all about. Also if you scroll down I will show you the treat bags I actually made to pass out to the few neighborhood kids we have around these parts. Fewer kids = bigger treats. It's supply and demand hard a work.
But first some color coordinated candy bags. Just because. Rolo's, Tootsie rolls and Swedish fish. I included three sizes of gift toppers to already fit these baggies by Celebrate-it that are available at Craft stores: 4x6 inches, 3x4 inches and 2.25 x 9.75. I couldn't find them online.
Of course you can easily resize these to fit whatever bag you have on hand. Ziplocs work too.
Fill them up with candy and secure the bag topper to the bag with a staple.
You could split up some Good & Plenti or bring back together a left and right Twix. So many options.
This was fun to photograph, but not what I really made for passing out to the kids. We will get to those in a minute.
I made the Boo into a card and a tag too. Here is a gift wrap idea:
Wrap your gift in white tissue paper. Write something on the card.
Wrap the gift in white crepe streamer and tie with ribbon or string. Add eyes and the card. Or the tag if you don't want to write anything. Then decorate with a spider.
The card is folded and with a white lined cardstock so that you can write on it. The tag is just the word ready for you to punch a hole. Or not.
Ok here are the gift bags I am really making for the neighborhood kids. A mixed bag of goodies. The scull and the glow-in-the-dark vampire teeth are both a bulk buy from the dollar store. I am pretty excited about those fangs myself, You?
That's it. Boo gift wrap with a card and tag and a gift bag topper.
Download the Boo gift wrap set here for free - for personal use.
Some SVG files in this download have score lines. Here is a tutorial for how to handle score lines in SVGs.
If you have any suggestions for SVG projects you would like me to make in the future, please let me know in the comments.
Oh and the first picture. The candy-free option. Download the spider shape here.
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