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Craft a DIY Trick-Or-Treat Tote Bag With Stencils

Learn How To Stencil Create Fun And Easy Halloween Projects

Welcome back, my Cutting Edge Stencils friends! As you are finishing up the final touches on your Halloween costume, we want you to consider making this DIY treat bag to accessorize your look.  It’s easy to add some frightful flair to your costume with a personalized trick-or-treat bag using one of our 20 spooktacular stencils from our Halloween Stencil Collection.  This DIY treat tote is a kid-friendly Halloween project that that is fun and easy for your child to complete. Today we’re sharing some crafty tote ideas that were completed by some of our favorite bloggers.  Come check them out…

Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to craft a DIY trick-or-treat tote bag using our Halloween Stencils. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/accent-pillow-painted-tote-stencils.html

DIY Halloween Trick or Treat Tote

We’d like to introduce Lindsay, the amazing DIYer behind the blog My Creative Days! When we shared with Lindsay that our canvas totes fit inside our Paint-A-Pillow frame which allows even a child to easily make a painted tote bag, she was super excited! Lindsay and her two kids took a look at our new Halloween Stencil collection.  She snatched up the Haunted House, Lil’ Spider, and Jack-O-Lantern stencils along with three canvas totes to create the perfect trick-or-treat bags.  Lindsay used the Paint-A-Pillow frame to hold the tote and stencil in place as she painted the item with her kids.  She painted each eerie pattern using a dense foam roller and Jacquard Fabric Paint.  For the Lil’ Spider, Lindsay embellished it with googly eyes and a web using puffy paint.  Creating an awesome trick-or-treat tote was as simple as that!

Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to craft a DIY trick-or-treat tote bag using our Halloween Stencils. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/haunted-house-tote-stencil-halloween-accent-pillow-stencils.html

Pumpkin and Bat Painted Treat Bags

Next we’d like you to welcome back Amy, the creative blogger and loving mama behind One Artsy Mama.  Amy comments, “Every kiddo needs a bag to hold his trick {or trunk} or treat goodies, right? Why not make it extra fun and let them decorate their own?”  That’s exactly what we were thinking! Amy and her son selected their favorite Halloween Stencils.  They chose the Pumpkin and Lil’ Bats stencil patterns along with some canvas totes, Jacquard Fabric paint, and googly eyes to embellish.  Amy followed the same steps that Lindsay did above.  She used her Paint-A-Pillow frame to hold the totes in pace and a dense foam roller to paint the pattern.  Because the frame holds the fabric snug in place, this project is easy for a young child to complete.  Amy said, “They turned out so cute, and they’re huge {17″×17″} so they’ll hold plenty of candy and treats when the time comes! ”  We think they look awesome!

Cutting Edge Stencils shares how to craft a DIY trick-or-treat tote bag using our Halloween Stencils. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/pumpkin-stencil-halloween-designs-for-accent-pillows-and-totes.html

Tell us, which Halloween stencil would you use to stencil a trick-or-treat tote bag? We’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below.

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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!
Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew

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