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I love this time of the year! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. For me, it is fun to see all the creative costumes and decorations. I even enjoy taking my teens to haunted houses. I’m always fascinated by the level of details that go into setting one up for only a month. For the entire month of October, we find ways to decorate for Halloween, even with our snacks. Check out these DIY Halloween Boo Bags we put together!
DIY Halloween Boo Bags
First, let’s gather supplies.
- White or Black Paper Lunch Sacks
- Halloween themed or black scrapbook paper
- Printer and white printer paper – free printable below
- Glue stick
- Kellogg snacks
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On Halloween night so much candy is handed out that we decided to fill our Halloween Boo Bags with snacks instead. We love keeping these on-the-go packaged snacks on hand for our busy schedules, so it was only fitting that we added them to our treat bags.
Cheez-It® is a family favorite. I pack these portable snacks in the teen’s lunch. A classic from my childhood, Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies Treats® Original, was another go-to option for our Halloween treats. They bring back so many memories and now my kids love them, as well.
Our third selection was the yummy Keebler® Cookie Mini Fudge Stripes. They are baked to perfection in the Hollow Tree®. These shortbread mini cookies are striped with delicious fudge made from 100% real cocoa. Uncommonly Made. Uncommonly Good.®
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I designed these four tags for our Halloween Boo Bags. Below you can print your own!
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Once you print your tags, use a glue stick to glue them to your lunch sacks. I also used my Silhouette to cut out haunted houses for the bottom of the bags. I used decorative scrapbook paper. If you do not have a Silhouette, you can get creative and cut designs from craft paper by hand. Let your kids help you by decorating the bags with their own drawings and messages to their friends.
We filled the bags with snacks and folded the tops down. After stuffing our Halloween Boo Bags it was time to pass them out! These bags are perfect for sharing with friends at school or leaving on your neighbor’s doorstep.
Who do you plan to Boo this year?
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