3 DIY Trick-or-Treats Bags for Your Littles

The third major holiday in the USA since COVID-19 started is quickly approaching.  Depending on where you are in the country, Halloween may just be hypothetical this year. Treats without tricks. Because make no mistake about it: even if kids cannot (or at least, are highly advised not to) trick or treat this year, it doesn’t mean they can’t have the magic of Halloween!

Thanks to the brilliant mind of the Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family Show and our client Debbie Matenopolous puts a whole new spin on Halloween this year! DIY is all the rage these days, so why not apply it to all Hallow’s Eve and create the magic at home?

Check out these 3 DIY ideas to circumvent traditional trick-or-treating, and keep you, your family, and your neighbors safe while still enjoying the fun this holiday has to offer.  Debbie plans on putting together some treats with her daughter and delivering them to her neighbors front doorsteps!

1. Spooky Glove – we all have plenty of these latex gloves laying around – easy to fill with packaged candy.  All you need is see-through gloves, spider rings, candy to fill it with, and a bow!

2. Toilet Paper Roll Mummy – You can use toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls (cut up), or wrapping paper rolls for this easy to make creative ghost candy roll.  Color the top of the roll with a black marker and then place googly eyes near the top. With white medical tape wrap each roll completely from the bottom up, leaving the eyes to peek through.  Fill with your favorite wrapped candy!

3. Pumpkin Tissue Paper Pouches – Take one piece of orange tissue paper and cut it in half.  Place candy in the center and form around it to look like a pumpkin.  Use florist green tape to make the stem!  Check out this fun how-to DIY Video from Factory Direct Craft!

 

Photo credits: Crafty Morning, Instrupix, Lovethispic