Make these Frankenstein Halloween bags in just minutes with our craft tutorial below. A quick and easy idea for Halloween parties, trick or treaters, classrooms, and more. Add these simple felt Halloween bags to your must make list this year. If you have missed our other 15 minute or less Halloween crafts this week, be sure to check out the ideas from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post for even more Halloween craft ideas.
Supplies needed to make your own Frankenstein Halloween bags:
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- Green felt sheet (one 9 inch by 12 inch sheet per bag)
- Black felt sheet (one sheet will make 4 -5 bags)
- Hot glue and glue gun
- Large google eyes
- Black marker
You can see the basic steps for making these Halloween bags in the super quick video below. Let the kids help with the cutting of the pieces and an adult can man the glue gun. You will have a bunch of these in no time!
If you missed any of the steps, you can read how to make these Frankenstein Halloween bags below:
- Cut the green felt sheet in half.
- Cut spikes from a black felt piece for the hair.
- Use hot glue to add hair to one of the green felt pieces.
- Cut nose and mouth from black felt sheet.
- Use hot glue to add these to bag as well as google eyes.
- Use marker to draw on “scars” in various places.
- Hot glue around three sides of bag and put front and back together.
- Add candy and your Halloween bags are ready to go!
These quick and easy Frankenstein Halloween bags will be the talk of the Halloween party! Start making a bunch today to give out candy on the big night.
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Make these Frankenstein Halloween bags or any of the other quick and easy Halloween crafts that were shared today!