trick-or-treat bags

10.29.2010


Yes, I already made my girls trick-or-treat bags last year.  One teeny problem, they were gigantic (which will come in quite handy when they get older and want more candy), so I thought I'd make something a little more pint sized. 


I recently had purchased the Jane Market Bag pattern over at Posie Gets Cozy and thought it would be the perfect starting point.  I actually am planning a bunch of Jane Market Bags for Christmas, but we'll see how far I get!  I simplified and scaled down the pattern to make it more kid sized.  If you're really curious, the main pieces I used were 12" wide by 10" tall. 


Oh, and I couldn't resist adding some smiling candy corn on the front, just because.


I think this size would make a cute little gift bag, too, so don't be surprised if you see more in the future!  More Halloween goodness to come, including the girls' costumes and some decorations. 


The giveaway winners will be announced early tomorrow morning, cross your fingers.  :)

22 comments :

  1. I adore this fabric, Anna! It's adorable. And great job with the smiling candy corn... what a cutie:) Perfect size bags.

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  2. Adorable!!

    I just realized the metal buckets I bought for my boys last year (thinking they would be strong) both lost their handles. Time for me to whip up some bags, too!

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  3. Oi Ficaram lindas e alegres.. ]
    Beijos

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  4. Cutest bags ever! Smaller bags are also good b/c the look more full with less candies. :)

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  5. Cute! I bought my sons halloween buckets and was thinking that they were too small, till I came to reality and realized that that is WHY they were good! That looks like a great pattern!

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  6. Those bags are the perfect size!!! I haven't made the kids bags yet and no w I know just what size I want to make them. The smiling Candy Corn is adorable!!!!

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  7. You're lucky you have girls--I've been trying to come up with something for my 8 year old nephew and it all comes out too sweet for his liking.
    Love the smiling candy corn!
    xo,
    Bethany

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  8. Those are great. They'll have the cutest bags on the block.

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  9. I did this afew months back it worked wonderfully, only I ised them as gift bags for my friends gifts you can see here

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/sewfantastic/4910261825/

    I love that you added charachter by making it a holiday bag to and that candy corn is adorable I love it great job!

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  10. Love the "smiley face" on the candy corn ~ well, I love the whole bag, but that is a nice, original touch!

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  11. I love the fabric you used and those smiley candy corns are adorable!

    justenoughstyle.blogspot.com

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  12. So cute! I did the same thing for my little guy... I couldn't find a good pattern so I used a gift bag as my pattern. Happy Halloween!

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  13. Just precious. The little toes are cute too - bet they're getting excited!

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  14. So cute! The smiling candy corn are the best :-)

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  15. love it! my kids are getting the $1 version from walmart. i'm a total slacker this year. sigh.

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  16. So cute, Anna!

    719 comments??? Not good odds, my friend. But here's hoping!

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  17. Way cute! I love that candy corn too :) Oh yes, my fingers are crossed for tomorrow...

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  18. Ark, so damn cute! (She says as she nudges the plastic pumpkin buckets she bought for $2 each under the table...) x

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  19. Oh come on, surely the big ones are the right size for all the halloweeny goodness?! No seriously, they are so cute! We are doing halloween over my post too...fun day! :-)

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  20. Neato! Love this bag long after Halloween is gone!

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