Not So Spooky Halloween Goody Bags!

Happy October everyone!! Time is rapidly flying by as the holidays approach and to kick it all off I have some fun goody bag inspirations for you using the Not So Spooky stamp set for Halloween.

In our neighborhood, we only get a handful of tricker treaters so making special packages for the little ones is easy for me. I could have gone on forever making these! The standing card stock wrap is really fun and makes a great statement. You can put your information on the back so parents know who it came from.


I’ve created a quick template for you on where to score  4 1/4″ x 11″ card stock.

bag template

By stamping a bunch of solid images first with Wisteria and Orange Peel inks, I was able to quickly assemble the pieces onto tags stamped with white. Don’t forget to give out some healthy treats like carrots this year, parents will love seeing those in the kids bags!


I’ve shot a video of how to make the card stock holder and tags to decorate your treats. You can watch it below or on our YouTube channel.

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Thanks for stopping by and enjoy!

  1. These are so cute . I will be making some for my grandkids. Thanks for the great tutorial. I already follow your blog via email and love it !

  2. BEAUTIFUL BOO-tiful treats Shari :)
    THANK YOU for sharing your INSPIRATION and tutorial, can’t wait to give them a try!!!

  3. So cute and What a GREAT idea!!! Can’t wait to watch the video this weekend!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us! I LOVE to make 3D projects!!!!

  4. What a charming idea. I get over one hundred trick-or-treaters, so I will have to use this wonderful project for a home party. Thanks for the great ideas.

  5. it’s so cool, i might adapt it for “normal”occasions as we don’t get any trick or treaters here in my street in the netherlands..Halloween is not big here

  6. The treat bags are so cute. I’ll be spending Halloween in a hotel because of work and these would be great gifts for the staff.

  7. Great way to decorate Halloween bags for goodies. Also the pumpkin and tree can be used for other fall-related themes

  8. Thank you for the great tutorial! I loved the treat bags and the Halloween tags and although we don’t celebrate Halloween in Greece (snif…snif!) these are awesome for other celebration days too! Thank you so much for sharing!

  9. Loved making up goodie bags for special little goblins we knew would be visiting Halloween evening. These are so cute!

  10. Can’t wait to make these. I always make little goody bags for my niece and nephew. Thanks for the template!!

  11. Thanks for the template and inspiration… Comes right in time for our neighborhood ” You’ve been booed.”

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