Halloween: Printable Treat Tags

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Hi everyone, it’s Jessica from Everyday Party Magazine. I am so excited to be here today sharing a free printable for one of my favorite holidays!

My sweet little niece loves stuffed animals or plushies. I feel like she has one for every day of the year. She also cracks up at the emoji ghosts and pumpkins, and loves the black cat emoji because it reminds her of her family cat, Carlton. So, when I saw the Halloween emoji plushies from Oriental Trading Company, I knew I needed to grab a few sets for her to take to her classmates for Halloween. They are great class treats because they aren’t too scary, and they are non-food, so they are totally allergy safe!
And, of course I needed to add a cute little printable tag to them! I love the bright Halloween colors for these tags, and the sweet hanging spider in the middle. These printables are perfect for cupcakes, favor bags, or even printed on vinyl to make stickers.

Halloween Printable Tags 1

I used a micro hole punch to punch a hole in the printable tags and the tag of the plush emoji and tied the Halloween tag on to the emoji’s tag with a simple baker’s twine bow. My niece and I whipped through 20 of these for her classmates and teachers in no time. She punched the holes and I tied the bows. We make a great team. And we are ready for Halloween shenanigans with time to spare. You can download the free printable tags here. Please remember free printables are for personal use only. They cannot be edited, altered or resold.

Halloween Printable Tags 2

I hope you enjoyed this simple Halloween favor idea! Please be sure to check out my blog for more fun inspiration and printables!

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I'm Vanessa and it's my mission in life to spread my love of hot glue guns and glitter to others. I suffer from craft ADHD, regularly working on at least 10 projects at the same time and my craft room looks like a tornado hit it. My first craft book, Party in a Jar, was published in 2014. I look forward to crafting with you!

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