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Don't be scared off by this airhead. Sewing the ghost into place before cutting away the insides of the handles makes it easy to align the handle arches.
This scene is haunted by details: Black thread gives the tree branches a rougher, more barklike appearance, and running stitches let the red and orange leaves flutter.
The ghouls, goblins, pirates, and princesses will be delighted to bring along a custom-made treat tote to collect their goodies on Halloween. A simple, low-cost canvas bag gets its one-of-a-kind treatment when you fuse contrasting ribbon around the upper edge of the handles. An appliqued candy corn fused atop a spiderweb fabric square finishes the look.
Cut an oval spider body from black felt and stitch it to the bag front before assembling the bag.
Dole out treats -- and tricks -- in eye-catching gourds. Using a rotary tool with router attachment, cut a hole in a dried gourd. Remove the pulp, cleanse the inside with bleach, and rinse.Place rub-on letters above the opening. Fill with wrapped candies and creepy surprises.
Keep sweet treats at your fingertips with a round kraft-paper box covered with pretty patterned scrapbooking paper.
Paper drinking cups make creative Halloween treat holders when embellished with glitter and metallic chenille-stem handles.
Fill this ghoulish jar with Gremlin Gorp.
Transform orange and black paper cups into frightfully fun take-home treat containers.
Use no-fray felt to whip up a quick and easy treat bag. Add a scurrying spider to the front with felt, thread, and wiggle eyes.
Turn ordinary boxes and jars into spooky containers with our printable label (a free download) and other simple embellishments.
For a spook-tacular take on the holiday, turn premade paper sacks into designer treat bags. Trim the tops of the bags with decorative-edge scissors, then glue patterned paper to the bases. For the green bag, wrap ribbon around the top, add a metal tag, and finish with a rub-on sentiment. For the black bag, tie a ribbon around the top and hang tags from it with jump rings.
Contain your Halloween treats in our clever candy tins. The see-through lids ensure you'll tantalize every guest's sweet tooth!
These colorful, last-minute goody containers are also a great recycling project.
This festive bag will become a child's favorite way to store her Halloween treats.
With a party hat base, this happy witch is the topper for a round goody box. The colored crafts foam is easy to work with and gives your witches a professional look.
Spooky cups hold lots of sweet-and-spicy popcorn.
Get ready for candy riches with these bags trimmed in felt, buttons, and stitches!
Gather some inexpensive cotton bandannas and stitch them together to make these easy treat bags!
Fill this decoupaged-crepe-paper pumpkin shell with shredded paper pieces and wrapped goodies for little ones to enjoy.
Treat your tricksters with this painted candy bucket.
Share Halloween treats in tin buckets covered with decorative paper resembling old handwritten documents or aged newsprint. Twist bailing wire into handles, and personalize the pails with name tags for your party guests.
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