Halloween Printables

Halloween is upon us and I have some VERY last minute Halloween Treat Tags for you to use if you need them.  I tried to share them earlier, but my printer (which has been slowly dying a painful death) finally bit the dust yesterday.  It served me well for 6 years!

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I used these Halloween Printables to make a super easy little Halloween treat for a neighbor or friend! I made some Kit Kat Halloween Bats.  Now, I did not come up with this idea.  I have seen them all over the place so I am not sure who to link to for the idea.  But you just cover a Kit Kat Bar (or any candy bar really) with black cardstock and then cut out and add some wings by gluing them onto the back INSIDE the wrapper.  Add some googly eyes and these Halloween Printable Tags.

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Supply List:

Google Eyes

Black Cardstock

White Cardstock

Kit Kats

Orange Slices

Dipping Chocolate

Cellophane Treat Bags

Bakers Twine

To make it super easy for you, I am sharing the pattern I made for these Halloween Candy Bats.

You can download the free printable here:

{Halloween Printable Tags}

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I also dipped some orange slices (one of my Dad’s favorites) in melted chocolate.  This is another fun and simple way to give a little bit “classier” treat to someone for Halloween!  Just place them after dipping on some wax or parchment paper and let the chocolate harden before bagging them up and giving them away.

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We are almost ready for Halloween here.  I still have to buy the candy to give out (if I buy it early…it is too tempting for me) and finish up my oldest daughter’s costume details!  What about you?  Do you celebrate Halloween?  Are you ready for it?


Amy Huntley is the owner/author of The Idea Room. A mother of five, who enjoys sharing her love of all things creative in hopes of inspiring other women and families. Connect with her on Google+, or read more of her posts.

Comments

  1. 1

    Hi,
    is not only you but I find it unfair to offer free printables and force people to be your fan on facebook. Not everybody wants to be in facebook, obviously I’m not.

    • 2

      I understand your frustration. But they are free. I have had people stealing them and then reposting it on their own sites and SELLING them. I can block them from my FB page this way to prevent this from happening. I understand that may make it difficult for those of you not on FB book, but it is the best way for me to protect myself and my work…or I could start selling them myself. I have been known to send them to people who may ask nicely!

  2. 3
    Karen Tecklenburg says:

    I can not get the link for the printable tags to work. It keep taking me in a loop and not to the printable.

    • 4

      If you click on the IMAGE you want it will bring up the printable. Let me know if you still have issues! I have checked and they are working fine on my end!

  3. 5

    I love last minute easy projects… I am pinning!

  4. 6

    I cannot print the Halloween Printables either. I was able to open the bat template but not the tags. I will check back later. These are super cute and would love to use some tomorrow night.

  5. 7

    Yay! Found it and printed it! The Halloween Tags were under the bat template. Thanks so much for sharing :)

  6. 8

    It is never too late! We are making Halloween sugar cookies tonight for mutual, I will probably print off several for my girls to use! Thanks Amy. You’re a classy lady.

  7. 9

    Love these! Perfect for neighbors and teachers!

  8. 10

    SO cute, Amy!! These would be perfect for any Halloween party or for goodies for the neighbors. Thx for sharing!

  9. 11
    jen @ Tatertots & Jello says:

    Super cute!!

    xoxo

  10. 12
    Amy Thomason says:

    Thanks for a cute printable! I turned the Kit Kat the other way and added ears to make a black cat riding a Pixie Stix broom. My daughter took them to the lunch ladies at school.

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