Halloween_Treat_BagsWe used our cutting machine to cut out the designs onto iron-on adhesive like this from Michaels, as well as this glow in the dark iron-on to add some fun detail. For those of you who do not have a cutting machine, we have included a PDF that can be printed onto iron-on transfer paper and applied to your pillow cases. Once your designs are cut, simply place them onto a washed pillow case. Press with an iron for 1 or 3 minutes. We like to press until the edges of the protective layer of plastic starts the crinkle. Then peel that layer off and re-press briefly with a dish towel over the design to protect it. Your homemade Halloween treat bags will then be good to wash and dry as normal, though dry on a low temp only to protect the design from peeling over time. We stitched a length of ribbon to the open edges of our cut down (shorter bags for the smaller kids) pillow cases to act as a handle for your little ghouls.

Looking for more DIY Halloween inspiration? Take a look at our PaperCut Halloween Party Invitations, our striking Pumpkin Diorama and our spooky 3D Haunted Village made entirely of paper! Enjoy! ~ Lia

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