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Silly Monster Face Halloween Bags

Written by: | Published: October 25, 2016 | Updated: September 15, 2023

Grab a sharpie and some blank gift bags and make your own Silly Monster face Halloween bags. You can make ghost faces, vampires, mummies or jack-o-lanterns.

Have some fun and make whatever silly monster face you want. This is a fun Halloween activity for class parties or for the kids to create for friend Boo Bags.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags by Jen Goode
DIY Halloween Treat Bags by Jen Goode

Silly Monster Face Halloween Bags

You can use plain white bags or get different colored blank gift bags to make your own Halloween bags. I like using Sharpie or other permanent black markers best because they don’t smear as easily on the surface of the bag.

You can use any kind of plain bag. Matte or shiny, the permanent markers will work on either. Grab some bags from the Dollar Store and make a whole pile of silly monster face bags.

For more fun, grab some big googly eyes and glue and add them to your silly face art.

You can also add scrapbook paper, glitter and bag for extra decorating fun. This is a super easy Halloween craft the kids will love. It’s easy and as quick as you want it to be.

DIY Halloween Treat Bags - supplies
DIY Halloween Treat Bags – supplies
DIY Halloween Treat Bags - drawing
DIY Halloween Treat Bags – drawing
DIY Halloween Treat Bags - finished
DIY Halloween Treat Bags – finished

I’d love to see what you come up with, tell me about your fun creations in the comments below or on the 100 Directions Facebook page.

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