Halloween Treat Bags by StickerKitten

Posted by Eloise Varley on

This month we've paired up with our friends at Sticker Kitten for a special blog post.

Founded in July 2016, StickerKitten provide some amazing craft products. Selling unique and contemporary stamp, paper and embellishments these cute craft kits are great for all kinds of crafters. Pop over to their website and have a look at their full range to see for yourselves. Whilst you're there check out their blog for some great card and gift wrap options.

This month Sarah has created a Halloween treat bag using the Dino Paper Pack and Stamps (they're all linked below)

Read on below to find out how to create your own at home or watch the tutorial to see Sarah creating it live!


Halloween treat bag tutorial

You will need:

StickerKitten Birthday Dinos paper

StickerKitten Birthday Dinos stamps

StickerKitten Data Horse sequin trim

U-craft double sided red tape

U-craft 3D dots

U-craft foam pads

U-craft micro dots

Hole punch

Mini pegs

Circle punch/dies

Black ink

Yellow ink

Purple fineliner pen


    Take a sheet of 150x150mm paper from the paper pack (I have used the orange striped one - perfect for Halloween!) and tape along the right hand side on the front, and along the bottom on the back.

    Take the backing off the double sided tape and fold as shown. Press along the seam and press down at the bottom to seal.

    Pinch the top the opposite direction to the way the bottom is folded and punch a hole.



       Add your treat(s), thread the hole with sequin trim (or other ribbon), and tie closed.

      Stamp a dinosaur on to the back of one of the papers using black ink. You can stamp multiple dinosaurs in different designs!


        Use a fineliner pen to add a little Halloween costume to your dinosaur! Here I have added a wizard cape and hat. You can make vampires, mummies, Frankenstein’s monster, devils, witches etc with a little doodling.

          Cut out the dinosaur and add it to a punched/die cut circle. Stamp the stars in yellow ink, cut out and layer together with a foam square. Attach to the mini peg with micro dots.


            Clip the topper to the treat bag and you are all done!


              You can make lots of these as Halloween party favours or for trick or treaters (though it contains small parts). You can also adapt the design for birthdays and Christmas!


              Thank you to Sarah and James at Sticker Kitten for this months special post. We'll be cracking these out for our trick or treaters on the 31st!


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