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DIY Halloween Treat Bags

This past week I was testing out some new adhesives by 3M's Scotch brand and decided to make some Halloween treat bags.  My 5 year old son, Lochlan, had a great time making some too! (See his project below.)

For this project I tried both the new 3M Scotch Adhesive Dot Roller and the Wrinkle-Free Glue Stick.  They both worked great for this project. The Scotch Adhesive Dot Roller has 49 feet of adhesive and can be easily refilled with a new cartridge when needed.  The Scotch Wrinkle-Free Glue Stick glides on smoothly without wrinkling or crumpling the paper.  It is also acid-free.

To begin this Halloween treat bag project, here is where you can find the template. I love the little cut-out handle on them as well as the fact that they are really easy to put together. Just cut, fold and glue. To attach the edges together, I used the Scotch Adhesive Dot Roller.

To decorate the bags, I used the Scotch Wrinkle-Free Glue Stick to glue on a pom-pom fringe from Maya Road.  To make the pinwheel, simply cut a strip of paper and fold like an accordian and then bend and glue edges together. Mine is a fan shape, so not attached all the way around.  Instead, this one is glued to a separate fan-shaped paper piece for support.  On top of that I attached a vintage button.

On the back of the treat bag, I used the Scotch Wrinkle-Free Glue Stick to glue on a felt frame cut-out.  You could easily print a child's name for inside this frame as well.

And here is how Lochlan's bag turned out.  Here is quite proud of it! :)

For more information on these new Scotch brand adhesives, please visit their site here.


  1. Posted 5 years, 2 months ago | Permalink

    bravoooooooooooooo superbe 

  2. Posted 5 years, 2 months ago | Permalink

    Wow, great work! Looks soo cute! Thanks for letting me know!

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