Back for another adorable craft for Fall. These easy pumpkin treat bags for preschool are designed by the lovely Baptiste Lisa – she works in a school and shared this adorable creation with me here. I asked for permision to share it with you and she said YES! They are simply adorbale and what preschooler doesn’t love a picture of themselves? These little pumpkin treat backs would be great as both a Halloween Treet Bag or a Thanksgiving Treat Bag… don’t you think? We love easy Halloween Crafts for Preschool!
Lisa says that she originally made these pumpkins for bulletin board, 10 years ago… it was a pumpkin patch with the kids lifting the top of the pumpkins with a creepy gate and a black cat. This version was meant to be a little less scary and she thought they would look perfect on personalised treat bags for Halloween. I am pretty certain that her preschoolers adore them! And they make fabulous little Halloween Keepsakes too (if I was a parent coming home with these cuties, I would most certainly frame them!! So fun.
Love the idea having these personalised pumpkins as a Halloween collage… so fun!!! Hopefully she will be able to share that image with us one day!!
To make these Pumpkin Treat Bags for Preschoolers, you will need:
- Brown paper bags
- Orange Paper
- Green paper for the butterflies (or add other details if you wish)
- A photo of your preschooler
- Black paper for the background
- Glue stick
Making your pumpkin treat bags
- Take photos of your preschoolers in a pushing something up position and print.
- Print out a pumpkin template on to your orange paper. There are some great pumpkin templates here.
- Similarly print out some green butterflies – we have some simple Butterfly Templates here, or have a go at these fabulous paper butterflies here.
- Cut out your preschoolers image, your pumpins and butterflies.
- Assemble on black paper and add to your brown bag.
FINISHED. Don’t they look amazing?!
Many more great Halloween Crafts for Preschool and Toddlers here:
As well as some great Thanksgiving Activities here: