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Candy corn Halloween treat bags are the perfect way to send treats to school this season. Make these from burlap in just minutes. Set up an assembly line to make multiples of these fun bags and you will have an entire classroom full of these burlap bags in no time at all. If you have missed any of the other 15 minute Halloween craft ideas this week, be sure to check out the fun from day 1 and day 2. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see what our blog partners for this series have in store for today.
Supplies needed to make your own candy corn Halloween treat bags:
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- Burlap (my favorite place to buy burlap is Amazon!)
- Craft paint in white, yellow, and orange
- Paint brush (I recommend these pouncer brushes)
- Sewing machine and thread
- White ribbon
Start by cutting your burlap into a rectangle. I did 6 inches by 9 inches but you can cut to any size you wish.
Paint the bottom of each piece yellow and the top white. I just eyed about 1/3 of each piece. I love the sponge pouncer brushed for really getting that paint into all of the cracks and crevices of the burlap. Be sure to protect the surface under the burlap as the paint will seep through.
Allow the yellow and white to dry before adding the orange in between the two with the same method. Allow your candy corn Halloween treat bags to dry completely. NOTE: This usually takes overnight.
Cut another piece of burlap the same size.
Sew all the way around the outer edge with the painted burlap piece on top of an unpainted burlap piece. I used white thread and a zig zag stitch. The top edge can be left unfinished.
Fill the bag with candy then gather up the top edge of the bag and tie with a white ribbon.
These candy corn Halloween treat bags are perfect for any trick or treaters in your life. I love that they are made from burlap which is easy to work with and super inexpensive. Give these a try or even try our scarecrow burlap bags with them!
Want even more 15 minute Halloween crafts? See what our blog partners have in store below! First of all, these Mickey Mouse candy corn cookies from Busy Mom’s Helper will look great with our treat bags above!
Add cookies or any other treats to this great ghost stand from Here Comes the Sun.
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Add some flair to some jars with just a paper punch! See how here at Creative Green Living.
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Turn bottle caps into a fun spider door hanger like this one from Stuff n Such by Lisa.
My co-hostess for this series is 30 Minute Crafts and she made the most adorable skeleton key earrings!
Our guest co-hostess is 100 Directions and she used her Cricut to make these great Halloween cupcake toppers.
Make these candy corn Halloween treat bags or any of the other quick and easy Halloween crafts. Add these to your home to make a spooky introduction to the Halloween season!