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Cute Mummy Treat Bags

Why yes, as I write this it's mid-April. Halloween is a good 6 months away but today I'm getting my cute spook on. This month's Xyron creative challenge is Something Old, Something New. Each design team member was asked to choose from a variety of craft projects in the Xyron idea gallery and come up with an updated version. So, I made these cute, no-so-scary, mummy treat bags and you can grab the printable below for free!

Mini Mummy Treat Bag Craft
Mini Mummy Treat Bags designed by Jen Goode

Materials you will need:

  • Free Mini Mummy Treat Bag printable by Jen Goode
  • Xyron Tape runner
  • Scissors
  • Printer
  • Paper or card stock
Xyron tape runner
Xyron tape runner

How to make your own mini mummy treat bags:

  1. Print out the printable on standard paper or card stock. I prefer a lightweight cover stock (card stock).
  2. Cut out the main goodie bag piece. Fold along the edges, bottom and crease the sides.
  3. Adhere the sides and bottom using your Xyron tape runner.
  4. Cut out the decorating strips. You can use as many or few as you'd like. You an also draw your own eyes and mouth on a strip instead of use mine if you'd like.
  5. Using your Xyron tape runner, adhere the decorating strips however you like. Trim the edges.
  6. Finally, fill the treat bags and to seal closed use a few more decorating strips and your tape runner as stickers to close the top flap (it folds to the back).

That's it!

Tip: If you have another Xyron adhesive, such as a 5″ Creative Station, just run all the strips through your machine before cutting. Then cut out and adhere the individual strips however you'd like.

Fold all of the appropriate edges of the main bag printable
Fold all of the appropriate edges of the main bag printable
Crease down the center of each side.
Crease down the center of each side.
Use Xyron tape runner to adhere side flap
Use Xyron tape runner to adhere side flap
Inside view of the finished Halloween treat bag
Inside view of the finished Halloween treat bag
Fold the top flap - this is the back of the bag
Fold the top flap – this is the back of the bag
Embellish your mummy treat bags with decoration strips
Embellish your mummy treat bags with decoration strips
Finished mini mummy treat bags for Halloween by Jen Goode
Finished mini mummy treat bags for Halloween by Jen Goode

You could have all kinds of fun adding your own personality to these mini mummy treat bags. Add glitter, ribbons and even glow paint. There are also enough decorative strips that you could make a mummy card to go along with the treat bag. I'd love to see what fun you make with these mummies!

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Jen is Passionate about Creativity. She is the owner and "doodle in charge" of JGoode Designs, a Denver based design studio. She is an illustrator, mixed media artist and creative lifestyle blogger. Jen has been a creative professional since 1998 but says she's been an artist since she was old enough to eat glue.

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5 thoughts on “Cute Mummy Treat Bags”

  1. Hello, I have a question about the template to make this beautiful bag, the link to download does not appear, could you do me the favor of sharing it. Thanks, greetings from Mexico

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    • Good question! You can use the Mod Podge instead of glue, if you prefer. Some people find using a paint brush with Mod Podge is a little easier to use when crafting small pieces together. Thanks for stopping by!

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