I’ve been waiting for October to roll around for MONTHS now (I started working on Halloween projects back in May! Is that crazy or what?), but I don’t want to go totally crazy right out of the gate. So let’s start small with a festive DIY that will get trick or treaters excited about the upcoming season. Great for parties too!
Make these fringe party bags with colorful duct tape and a small paper bag. Bonus! Less traditional colors (aka not orange) are encouraged for this one.
Side Note: There’s a little more to it than just fringing a roll of tape…I have a technique, but it’s still so easy. Check out my full tutorial over on One Charming Party.
What do you think? Will you be making these little fringies for Halloween?
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Mucho curro, pero creo que merece la pena porque queda muy chuloConfeti en los bolsillos
Confeti en los bolsillos
Perfect for Halloween! Thanks for stopping by!Victoria
Thanks Jessica. These are perfect in small quantities for the kiddos. If you make some, I’d love to see a photo or two.papernstitch
What a perfect idea!! I love this and will try making this for our limited Brooklyn kiddos! mmmm…candy corn….Jessica (Coco & Mingo)
Aww, thanks Jamie.papernstitch
I am in love with how easy but adorable these are!!! I will definitely be making these when I have people over for a get together later this month!
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Haha! Totally. 🙂papernstitch
I think I would lose my mind if someone gave me one of these while trick-or-treating. That’s the house you go back to in a different costume an hour later for more. 😉Kelly @ Studio DIY
Thanks Becca. 🙂papernstitch
Gah! Super cute!!! Definitely keeping this in mind for upcoming gift giving or party favors!
Thanks Caitlin. I agree- they’d definitely work for other parties and celebrations if you switch out the color scheme. Thanks for stopping by.papernstitch
These are incredibly cute! They could easily be used for non-Halloween parties, by just switching out the colors of the tape. Such a fun idea!Caitlin