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DIY Trick-or-Treat Bags: Make One in Minutes



Score loads of sweets on Halloween by creating a custom candy sack to tote around on the Night of Fright. Here are a few ways to personalize the bag that conveniently folds up tight enough to tuck into dad's pocket or mom's purse before the festivities begin. It also opens wide to hold a hefty stash of treats and all of the younger's extras — from face masks to glow necklaces —  throughout the night.

First Halloween: Commemorate baby's first trek to the pumpkin patch by putting your favorite photo and sentiment on a bag he can take trick-or-treating.

School Art: Take a snapshot of the great cardboard pumpkin, straw scarecrow or tissue ghost a student makes at school and surprise them by uploading it onto the tote.

Best Costume: Every child has that one costume that they wish they could wear year after year — some do! Keep the memories alive by making that the photo on her loot bag.

Go Graphic: Parents who know their way around Photoshop may want to make a custom graphic to go with their kiddo's costume. It's fitting for an astronaut to have a bag that boasts a spaceship and countdown or a firefighter to cart an adorable Dalmatian print. 

Make your bag!

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