I used an ice cream container and painted it black to hold the treats, and decorated it with ribbon bows and a "BOO" tag.You can use some other sort of container, box or gift bag.
My treat container includes games, activities and ,of course, TREATS to EAT!
I used 12 "Digital Delights" delightful Halloween images and printed off 2 sheets of them from orange cardstock. So that made a set of 24 cards. This doesn't look very orange, I know! But, guess what,we were in the middle of getting some SNOW dumped on us as I was doing this tutorial (and I got a 1/2 day SNOW DAY!!!WAHOO!) and it was pretty dark and dull outside. So some of my pics came out BAAADDD, sorry!
Here they are all cut out.
Then I printed off 24 HAPPY HALLOWEEN images and cut them out.I glued them onto the backs of the cards. Here they are all layed out.
Of course I had to try out the game to see if it "worked". After just turning over 4 cards I had a PAIR!!! Yay for me!! Once they were all dried I piled them all up nice and neatly and tied them together with a piece of orange ribbon.
"Digital Delights" images are soooo awesome even when you SUPERSIZE! They are still just as clear as when you print them off at a regular size. I used a print program and placed two images per sheet and made the cutest little coloring booklet! I just printed these off on regular printer paper, but if I had it to do over again, I would have used white cardstock so that the images wouldn't show through. Oh well... It's still ADORABLE!!!
I decorated the front of a little tin with the Ghost image.
I printed off 5 each of 2 images. You will need at least 5 of each to play the game. I punched them out with a scalloped square punch. But of course, you can just trim them with your paper trimmer or cut them out by hand. (Sorry for the blurry pic...)I cut 4 strips of orange.These will make the "grid" on which to play the game.You set it up like THIS!!!I had to play the game, as I had to with the other, to make sure it worked and ,yep, it worked! I won THIS game!! Whoopee! I was Dracula Ridley! Well, I was Ghost, too, come to think of it! This is what the game looks like inside the tin.Now, on to the snacks!
I printed off a HAPPY HALLOWEEN sentiment and glued it to a strip of patterned paper and covered a package of popcorn.I didn't get a pic of it after I finished it.Oops!
I printed off some images and cut them into strips to cover the mini-bars.
This is what they look like.HALLOWEEN CHOCOLATE BALLS
I used an image and made a tag to cover the tag on the bag.
Oh, and I covered a small PRINGLES chips container as well, but didn't get a pic.