Printable Halloween Banner and Treat Bag Toppers

October 2, 2014Sarah Khandjian

Loving this simple way to make Halloween treat bags! Definitely going to use this free printable treat bag topper this Halloween!

I don’t do scary movies. To begin with, I get startled so easily and after watching a scary movie I end up having the worst dreams. So I just don’t do scary movies. And when it comes to Halloween, I prefer to focus on the cuter side of the season. I’ll swap blood and gore for cute bats and polka dots any day. That’s why I’ve included both in these candy corn colored Halloween printables.

If you’re planning on handing out candy to neighborhood kids or if you need to make treats for your child’s classroom, these printable treat bag toppers make it so easy to make a batch of perfectly wrapped treats. Hand out candy wrapped in these bags and you’ll be the favorite house to trick or treat to in the entire neighborhood. I used the Avery Printable Bag Toppers and they even come with small plastic bags so all you need to do is grab some Halloween candy to put in them. The hard part, for me, is not eating all the candy while I’m filling the bags. Maybe you’ll have better luck with that than me.

This cute printable banner would be perfect on the front door on Halloween night.

To help make your home a bit more festive hang the trick or treat banner I made on your front door. Or use it as decor if you’re hosting a Halloween party. I used the Avery Printable Tags to create this banner because they are already perforated. All you have to do is print them out, bend them, and the edges just pop right off. Thread the tags through some baker’s twine or ribbon and you’re ready for Halloween. I’ve also included a few extra tags that would be perfect for decorating Halloween treats.

Download the Halloween treat bag topper template and use with Avery 22801

Download the trick or treat banner with bonus gift tags and use with Avery 22802

These treat bags would be perfect for a Halloween party, class room treats, or even neighborhood trick or treaters.

Use this free printable banner to greet trick or treaters or as simple party decor this Halloween.

If you use these printables this Halloween I’d love to see a photo! Share it with #sarahhearts. Can’t wait to see how you use these printables!

This post was created in partnership with Avery. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you so much for supporting the brands that help me create fun printables like these!


  • Michelle

    October 3, 2015 at 4:35 pm

    These are really cute and I completely agree with you about the scary movies. They have the exact same effect on me! Happy Halloween!

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