Trick or treat? The plastic pumpkin and plain pillowcase are receiving a much needed upgrade this season. We've tapped some of the web's most creative women to show off original takes on classic Halloween loot bags.
Amy Atlas is no stranger to the world of displays – her dessert tables offer up decadent eye candy and a sugar fix. Lil ones can become overwhelmed when they see all of the treats a party has to offer so having some goody bags on hand allows tots to maintain their sugar high once they return home. For Halloween, the sweets lover is adding some spooktacular totes to her ultimate holiday party table.
Keep reading to see how you can recreate the ghoulish treat bags!
- White paper bags or tissue paper (Amy used small white Paper Reflection bags from Michael's.)
- Black mini poms
- Glue dots
Fill up white bags with candy of choice. Fold over and secure with double stick tape or glue dots. Secure black pom eyes to white paper bags with glue dots. Put in a vessel lined with candy such as jellybeans.