DIY No-Sew Halloween Treat Bags
I can hardly wait to share this simple No-Sew Halloween Goodie Bag Tutorial with you today!
Fat Quarter Halloween-Themed Fabric
Rotary Pinking Blade
Hot Glue Gun
Vinyl Cutting Machine
Heat Transfer Vinyl
I probably had a bit too much fun shopping the dollar spot at Target for cute decor for these photos!
Open up the fat quarters and stack them on top of each other. Use a ruler and a pinking rotary blade to trim all four sides. The pinking blade will keep the fabric from unraveling. Cut the fat quarter into three sections that are approximately 7 inches wide by 17.5 inches tall.
You can find the Cricut SVG Halloween cut files I used here. Cut the iron-on vinyl out using a cutting machine. Fold the fabric in half and apply the Iron-On along the bottom of the bag. Allow it to cool completely before removing the liner.
Open the bag so that the wrong side is facing upwards. Draw a line of hot glue along the length of the fabric. Fold the fabric in half and align the edges of the fabric.
Allow the hot glue to cool completely. Fill the bag with candy and tie a ribbon around the top!
Now you have an adorable Halloween goodie bag! We love making these goodie bags and filling them with treats for our neighbors.
I also like to keep a few on hand filled with non-candy treats for Trick or Treaters with allergies so they don’t feel left out.
I can’t wait to see what you make! If you’re looking for even more Halloween projects, here are a few of my favorites!
These pretzels are the perfect treat to fill your Halloween Goodie Bags with and they are easy enough that your kids can help you make them!
These pillowcases are super easy to make and they are SO cute!