halloween treat bags + a "boo"tiful banner

Who says a Mommy can't enjoy a little crafting time with some googly eyes?

Ghost Banner | iloveitallwithmonikawright.com   #halloween #banner #ghosts

You might remember those ghostly shapes from Victoria's treat bag project. I liked it so much I drew it again 5 times on cardstock, cut them out, punched holes and used some baker's twine to string them over the mantle. The googly eyes make them even more fun and it made Isabella so happy to see them hanging there when she got home from school. Thankfully Smoky hasn't found a way to jump up and attack them!

And this photo of the spaghetti and salsa jar jack-o-lanters has been pinned so many times, who would have thought?

This new treat bag idea popped into my head the other day and I thought it would be fun for the girls to write a big, bold B with a Sharpie marker and then to glue on the googly eyes!

Halloween Treat Bags | iloveitallwithmonikawright.com   #halloween #treatbags

Add your treats and a pencil or lollipop {to tie the baker's twine to} to the tall glassine bag or short glassine bag and you have an adorable last-minute, no printer or download needed Halloween treat bag. 

You might want to print this for next Halloween.
Or add this to your Project Life album.
Maybe download and trim these if you have the time.
Use your scrapbooking supplieskraft bags and tags for these cute treat bags.
Happy Boo to You treat bag toppers are fun, too.


  1. aww, how cute are these little ghosties.

    1. Thanks, Eeny, it will be a treat bag free for all here in the Studio once the girls are home from school. Watch out Smoky!


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