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Adorable Monster Halloween Treats Bags

Adorable Monster Halloween Treats Bags
Adorable Monster Halloween Treats Bags
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Who knew Halloween could be so cute? Bring the fun into October's holiday with Adorable Monster Halloween Treats Bags. Put your tasty snacks in a container that will draw envy. Whether you use these as a substitute for a candy bowl, instead of a trick-or-treat bag, or just as the best decorations ever, you'll be happy to have these Halloween crafts by your side.

 

Materials List

  • Fuse Creativity System® Starter Set
  • Large Design Set 102150 - Treatbox

Striped Monster

  1. Using Fuse, create a green flip-top box.

  2. Adhere strips of teal cardstock to the front of box cut with pinking edgers.

  3. Punch a white circle and smaller black circle to create an eye; adhere.

  4. Cut a 2.75 inch wide strip of white cardstock and cut random teeth from the bottom by hand; adhere inside lid to complete.

Polka Dot Monster

  1. Using Fuse, create a pink flip top box.

  2. Adhere punched circles in assorted colors to body.

  3. Punch two white circles and two smaller black circles to create eyes.

  4. Punch a scalloped circle from purple cardstock and adhere trimmed behind tops of eyes; adhere eyes to box lid.

  5. Cut a 2.75 inch wide strip of white cardstock and cut two teeth from the bottom by hand; adhere inside lid.

  6. To create horns, punch an XXXXL Pretty Scallops from cardstock. Mark center and cut out four scallops from valley to valley toward center. Fold scallops as shown and cut off last scallop. Adhere first folded scallop onto the last fold. Fold in scallops and adhere closed. Adhere horns onto top of monster to complete.

Scaled Monster

  1. Using Fuse, cut out a teal flip top box.

  2. Before assembling box, use texture plate and tool to add scales to the two front panels; assemble.

  3. Punch three white circles and three smaller black circles to create eyes; adhere.

  4. Cut a 2.75 inch wide strip of white cardstock and cut two teeth from the bottom by hand; adhere inside lid.

  5. Cut a 1 inch wide strip of pink cardstock and corner round both bottom corners. Roll end around a smooth pencil. Fold top of tongue and adhere inside front of box to complete.

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How I wish I can make these for our upcoming trick or treat! These loot bags are unique and cute!

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