Witch's Broom Treat Bags

7:28 PM

I've seen these all over Pinterest and link parties I join everyday since Halloween came along and I always thought that they were adorable. I was looking for a great way to utilize this fun craft so when it came time for me to come up with something fun, I couldn't resist.


For an upcoming bake sale to raise funds for the Jimmy Fund, I thought these fit the bill and would grab people's attention. For those of you who don't know what the Jimmy Fund is, it is an organization that raises money for childhood cancer research and is who my employer works closely with each year to raise awareness and money. This year, we've reached over $2,000 in just three short weeks. With the fundraising almost coming to an end, we ran a bake sale to help us reach our donation goal.


This craft took a lot of time to do. I baked until I couldn't bake anymore and then I set out to complete these cute little bags. I searched Pinterest for the best (and simplest) tutorial. I came across this super easy step-by-step tutorial from Little Frills. The reason why I chose this tutorial over the others is because it gave me great tips on how to shorten the bag since mine didn't need to be so large.


I baked three different kinds of cookies and placed four of each inside of cello treat bags purchased at the dollar store. I made Pumpkin Spice, Chocolate Chip and Reese's Pieces cookies. Instead of the typical stick or pencil, I chose Halloween-inspired paper straws that could also be used in a glass of milk to go with the cookies inside.


Creating labels for these broom bags were fun as well. I used a combination of Canva, PicMonkey and some of my own fonts.









Feel free to download your own labels if you are looking to create something similar. Along with the cookie labels, there are also brownie labels below as well. (I never made those, unfortunately.)


FUN TREAT LABELS


I was unable to attend the bake sale because my daughter is very busy with gymnastics and soccer this season, but many of my coworkers participated in baking and I'm sure we succeeded!




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11 comments

  1. Terrific idea. You did a great job.

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  2. These are really cute and so perfect for a party. Pinning. Cathy

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  3. These are so cute and fun. Pinned and Tweeted. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle Sunday.

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  4. These are SO cute! I can't wait to make some of my own. Thanks for sharing with us at the Merry Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again on Sunday night! :0)

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  5. These are adorable! And I love that you made them for a great cause. If I bought one of your treats, I would have to take tons of pictures of it before I opened it!

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  6. These are super cute!! Just an FYI the pin button link is broken...Thanks for sharing on My 2 favorite Things on Thursday - link Party! Hope to see you again this week! Pinned!

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  7. Hello Beautiful!! Your treat bags are perfect for Halloween! You have been Pinned,Tweeted and shared on Facebook! Your post will be featured this week at the Friday Favorites Link Party at Mustlovehome.com. Come by the party tonight, doors open at 7PM, and see your feature and share another of your favorite posts! Hugs - Christine at Must Love Home

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  8. Love how your treat bags turned out! & sharing the cute Halloween tags at the Inspiration Spotlight party. Pinned & shared.

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