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Skull and Cross Bone Trick-or-Treat Bag

By: Jessica DeFranco from The Kotchen Group

This Skull and Cross Bone Trick-or-Treat Bag craft is the perfect way to give your kids a nice surprise this Halloween!  So make this project as one of the Halloween crafts you do this year!  Your little trick-or-treaters are sure to love them.

Skull and Cross Bones Trick-or-Treat Bag


  • Plain canvas bag
  • Skull & crossbone stencil
  • Poppy Red & Black Simply Spray Soft Fabric Paint
  • Textured White Simply Spray Stencil Paint


  1. Place a plain white canvas bag on covered ground.
  2. Spray half of bag on a diagonal with Poppy Red Soft Fabric Paint. Begin spraying of project and then move onto bag in one motion to avoid splatter.
  3. Spray remaining half of bag on diagonal with Black Soft Fabric Paint.
  4. Allow bag to dry approximately 30 minutes.
  5. When bag is dry, lay skull and crossbone stencil down on middle of bag. Cover up exposed area with paper towel. Spray over entire stencil with Textured White Stencil Spray.
  6. Allow to dry 1 hour.




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Jessica, I love this idea, it is pure crafty goodness! I am in full on Halloween crafting mode already. We have to be ready with the costumes, treat bags & party favors.


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