Halloween Treat Bags

Hello there fellow KnK-ers!

Halloween is on the horizon so today I have made a couple of treat bags for the little ones in our lives to take trick or treating. The Cut Files are available at the end of this post πŸ™‚

I used my Zing and Make the Cut to cut the pieces for my Pumpkin Treat Bag from some Worldwin Colormates Smooth and Silky cardstock. My settings were: height 25 post-it notes, standard blade, 0.30 offset, speed 10, force 75, one pass:

treat bag 1

I folded along all of the perforated lines and added some red-liner style tape to the tabs:

treat bag 2

The tab should follow the edge at the bottom of the pumpkin area to ensure a 90 degree angle:

treat bag 3

The Pumpkin and Stalk can now be glued onto the front and back of the bag and ribbon can be added to the holes in the sides:

treat bag 4

Here is the skull and crossbones version made with the same method:

treat bag 5

Bring on the Sweets! πŸ™‚

treat bag 6

If you would like to see more projects I have created with my Zing and access my free cut files you can find my blog here: www.birdscards.com

Here are today’s Cut Files:

Pumpkin Treat Bag by Bird

Pumpkin Treat Bag Cut File by Bird

Skull Treat Bag by Bird

Skull Treat Bag Cut File by Bird

61 thoughts on “Halloween Treat Bags

  1. I am always amazed when people can actually plan 2 months ahead. These are awesome, thanks for sharing.

  2. So perfect for the upcoming Halloween holiday. Could easily be adapted for other holidays, too. Change up the paper for the basket and the cut out design. Hope you follow up on this with more cut-outs. Love your designsβ€”and your generosity!!

  3. Fantastic, Bird!! Your posts are always wonderful and inspiring. I am sure kids of all ages will love these treat boxes.

  4. Thank you so much!!! πŸ™‚
    You always bring a smile to my soul with your generosity and good taste!!!
    Many many hugs!

  5. OMG Bird you really do create the cutest and most beautiful things!! Love, love, love this!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing your expertise!! Do you do retreats????

  6. These are just fantastic! Each year I make a treat container of some sort for my family members that are age appropriate and these are my choice for this year- SO love them!!! *Hugs*

  7. Bird, your projects and files are always adorable. I needed an elf shoe cutting file earlier this week and guess where I found it …. yes, on your site! Thank you very much for your abundant generosity.

  8. I agree, “awesome”!!!! Grandsons will love the skull. Someone mentioned you having classes……….great idea. We’d have to live closer than we do, since I’m a “show me” person……………..as in sitting right next to you. :0) Thank you once again, we’d all be very lost without your files.

  9. Thanks so much. Made 6 of each today for bunco favors. They went together so easily. Thanks again!

  10. Adorable! I’m gonna have to make the skull and cross bones. Thank you so much for sharing your tutorial and files!

  11. Wow Bird

    Thank you so much – I’m so gonna do some of these for trick or treat for my niece and nephew – they’re mega. xx

  12. Love the boxes, Bird. And thanks for the file. You are always so generous and your files are fantastic.

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