Halloween Treat Bag

October 24, 2008 at 12:15 am | Posted in Uncatogorized | Leave a comment

When i was a kid, i liked to collect paper bags. During that time, paper bag was not as commonly use as now. Not many shops gave paper bags but simple plastic bags instead. I remember certain shops will only give paper bags when the purchase value reached to a certain amount. So, paper bag was quite precious that time. Now, i can  make my own paper bag. It is very simple. You can choose your favorite color for the bag.  I had made this little Halloween treat bag for children on the Halloween party.

Materials : A4 colored paper, two 20cm strings, one cut out spider clip art, eight decorative wires about 8cm long (depand on the size of the clip art), multipurpose glue and a paper glue.

Leave one cm at the side of the A4. Close and stick the paper as shown.
1) Leave one cm at the side of the A4. Close and stick the paper as shown.
2) Your paper should look like this.
3) Fold 4cm up from bottom of the paper.
3) Fold 4cm up from bottom of the paper.
4) Fold the two sides into trianglee as shown.
4) Fold the two sides into triangle as shown.
5) Fold up the bottom as show. Fold it slicely above the center of the triangle.
5) Fold up the bottom as show. Fold it slightly above the center line of the triangle.
6) Fold the above line as shown and stick it with paper glue.
6) Fold the above line as shown and stick it with paper glue.
Now open up the bag. Punch two wholes each side and tied string to make the carrier.
Now open up the bag. Punch two wholes each side and tied the strings to make the carrier.
9) paste the spider onto the bag. Band the decorative wires into 'L' shape.
9) Paste the spider onto the bag. Band the decorative wires into ‘L’ shape.

Stick the wires to make the spider legs with multipurpose glue.

A cute Halloween treat bag. Done!
A cute Halloween treat bag. Done!

Halloween decoration–http://wp.me/pm8TM-ap

Halloween Candy Jar–-http://wp.me/pm8TM-3

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