Halloween Treat Bags with Pear Tree Greetings

Halloween Treat Bags with Pear Tree Greetings

Today I am sharing with you all the Halloween Treat Bags I made for Dustyn’s class. I didn’t fill it with candy, but I did fill it with some cute items that Dustyn and kids his age will love.

Halloween Treat Bags

I got the bag, spider rings, stickers, pencils, erasers and glow sticks from the Dollar Store. Then I got the Halloween Angry Bird Fruit Snacks from Walmart. The adorable tags came from Pear Tree Greetings. I love them! They have some awesomeย Halloween tagsย to choose from.

Halloween Treat Bags with Pear Tree Greetings

I love these little Open if you Dare tags from Pear Tree Greetings. I customized the front to say Happy Halloween! Then on the back I put Dustyn. ย The muah-ha-ha-ha was already there. The tags came with ribbon to attach to your bags.

Halloween Treat Bags with Pear Tree Greetings

Did you make treat bags for your kids’ class? What did you include?

Disclosure: I am a Pearista, so I received the tags to write my post. No other compensation was given. All opinions are my own.

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  1. says

    I’m in love with those tags. I must shop them for Christmas. I also love that you did more knickknacks than candy. They get SO much candy these days. Our girls go to a Christian school, so no Halloween, but they are having a fall festival tomorrow where they will be equally pumped full of sugar. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. says

    These are cute!
    We don’t really do halloween in the same way here. It is kind of a new thing here, and it is pretty much just costumes if there is a party or if the school has a day, and carving pumpkins.
    I actually really miss halloween now that I have kids.

  3. says

    One of the things I was most excited about when it came time for Afton to go to school was being able to make treats for everyone and little favors and stuff. But we’re not allowed to do that at Afton’s school. Not even for birthdays! They pretty much provide everything to make holidays special (so it’s not like they don’t celebrate) but they want to keep all the outside stuff…well, outside I guess.

  4. says

    My daughter hasn’t had a Halloween Party at school the past few years. Makes me sad because she’s only in 4th grade! I would love to make treat bags like these. Yours are adorable!