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Trick or Treat Goodie Bag

By: Maria Nerius, Resident Craft Expert

Not too spooky, this Halloween treat bag will be a delight to children young and old! Follow this Halloween craft tutorial from Maria Nerius to create your own.

Trick or Treat Goodie Bags


  • Black paper
  • Spider buttons
  • Computer generated label
  • Small plastic bag
  • Stapler
  • Fiskars Paper Trimmer
  • Candy
  • Glue
  • Shank remover tool or wire cutters


  1. Measure across your plastic bag (width). Add 1” to this measurement. Now cut black paper to that width and twice that measurement for length, then minus 1”. For example if your plastic bag measures 3 1/2”, You’ll cut a 3 1/2" x 6” strip of black paper. Fold this strip to 3 1/2” x 3”.
  2. Place candy in plastic bag and zip lock. Place black folded paper over top of plastic bag, centering (sandwiching) and allowing some candy to show. Staple the folded black paper and plastic bag. You want to place the staple where it can be covered by your label.
  3. Hand write or computer generate a label (address size) that says, “Trick or Treat”. Adhere to center front of your black paper. Note photo for placement.
  4. Remove shank from button. Adhere spider button to label.

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