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    • Penny Neighly

      Halloween party favors - pumpkin treat bags

    • Jennifer Fuhrman

      Halloween treat bags with tissue and floral tape For party favors or treats on Halloween night, fill crepe-paper pumpkin pouches with tiny toys and candy eggs. To make a pouch, cut two 10-inch-diameter circles from orange crepe paper. Stack circles and put goodies -- candy and small toys -- in the center. Pull sides of paper up around treats to make a pouch. Gather paper just above the treats, and twist a little. Secure by wrapping green floral tape around the base of the twist, binding upward to create pumpkin stem. If necessary, trim excess paper before binding. Foliage curls can be made by wrapping floral tape around a pencil.

    • Melissa Manzella

      Halloween Treat Bags & Favors: Pumpkin Favor Pouches. For party favors or treats on Halloween night, fill crepe-paper pumpkin pouches with tiny toys and candy eggs. (Martha Stewart)

    • Kristen Whitby |

      Easy Halloween party favor idea: Pumpkin Favor Pouches for Halloween

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