trick or treating
Halloween is a big deal at Spoonflower HQ. With so many crafty people under one roof, all we can talk about is what we’re going to be and how we’re going to make our costume. So you can imagine that the office is quite abuzz over the awesome designs in this week’s Design Challenge.
If you’re still scratching your head over what to wear on October 31st, look no further. This contest is chock-full of designs that will have the whole family (and even the dog!) trick-or-treating in style. From beautiful butterflies to mythical creatures to Asian dishes, Spoonflower designers have you covered, and then some
This weekend I spent a couple of hours making up a couple of trick-or-treat bags for my two youngest daughters. These festive little bags are sized smaller than the average grocery tote bag and should make it easier for younger kids to carry their Halloween candy home–easier for sure than those bulky plastic pumpkins, or a bigger tote that they may be tempted to drag after awhile. After Halloween is over, they can be used for library books, carrying snacks and a water bottle to the park, or whatever else a young, busy person might need a small tote bag for. Read on for the fast and easy project instructions below!