Quick and Easy: Halloween Treat Buckets

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I was chosen as a volunteer for my daughter’s class Halloween event and I don’t like to show up empty-handed. I love any excuse to make something super cute and of course crafty!  I was working on a few treat bags for the kids when I fell in love with these little paint cans or treat buckets if you will. With just three things you can put them together in no time and they make the cutest little Halloween treat buckets! They’re quick, easy, and adorable! 

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Make Halloween treat buckets

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Here’s what you need: 

-Mini paint cans with lids

-Tissue paper- green, white, and orange

-Candy- fun-size work best

-Printable- Halloween faces 

TIP: print the Halloween faces on sticker paper for easy sticking!

Trick or Treat- What’s inside 

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Using the tissue paper wrap candy or anything else as a treat and put into the little buckets. I like to shape the tissue around so it looks very filled. 

Add the faces  and feel free to mix and match!

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Here’s the finished look! Aren’t they just adorable? I loved making these and they were so easy! I used my Silhouette machine to cut out my eyes because it was easy to create them on there but feel free to use an Exacto knife and sticker paper or regular paper and glue/tape. Make it easy and fun!

Add a cute tag

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I’m not adding a tag since I’ll be letting the kids in the class chose their favorites. Feel free to add a round tag or even a sticker label. 

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