This project is so quick and simple there’s still plenty of time to whip it up in time for Halloween. Plus it’s cheap, reusable, and gets the kiddos involved.
What you’ll need:
- cloth bag (mine were only $.50 from the craft store)
- contact paper
How to make your bag:
1. Cut a Halloween shape out of your contact paper and stick it on the center of the bag. We went with a pumpkin, but a spider, bat, or witch would be just as fun.
2. Dip the eraser of the pencil in the paint and dab it all around the edge of the pumpkin.
3. Once it’s covered all around the edges pull the contact paper off and you’re left with a great design on your trick-or-treat bag.
Now you’re all set to collect loads of candy!
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*So Festive for Kids is a series contributed by Andrea, a creative mom to 3 boys who always has a fun idea for the little ones. All photos and ideas are original to her.