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One of the fun things about Halloween is giving out candy. We like making treat bags for our teachers, neighbors, and friends! These treat bags I picked up from Oriental Trading, only $4.99!
To make this on the Cricut – Feel free to use the file that I created here on Design Space. You will need to make sure the file is set to print and cut. From start to finish these bags should only take a few minutes with the file.
There are a few options you can do for your sticker paper. One option is Avery Sticker paper from Amazon.com. You get 25 sheets for less than $9. Another option is Cricut printable sticker paper also on Amazon.
To make your own labels in Cricut, simply search for “Labels” in the image catalog. You can edit the shapes and write your own text on the labels. I duplicated just two labels but if you want to duplicate them on your designs, you can just right click and duplicate or you can do a CTRL+C then paste or command+C on a MAC. Just be sure that you have the image just the way you want it before you duplicate it.
Of course, the easiest part is filling them with candy. You can buy large lots of candy on OrientalTrading.com or of course in your local store. We usually put these in a bucket by our door and wait for guests to come around!