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How to Make Frankenstein Frank Halloween Treat Bags

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Two days to Halloween! We've got the pumpkins ready what about T-R-E-A-T-S? Yay! Treats!

To hold the treats we have created some Frankenstein paper bag toppers to decorate paper bags with , apt for Halloween parties to fill with sweeties and treats. Something fun for your neighbours, family and friends for the festivities. Trick or treat? Definitely it's a treat from us.  

1. Tools and Ingredients

  • scissors - from Tiger
  • stapler - from Muji 
  • sweets and treats  - we have chosen pretty foiled assorted toffees from Waitrose and our own metallic badges featuring Wallace the Worm , Bart the Bat and Zac the Zombie
  • silver party paper bags - any colour will do, we have done it on brown paper bags, stripey bags, they work a treat too! 
  • A4 paper to print Frankenstein Frank. Frank can be downloaded here
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2. Print out Frank the Frankenstein. You will need one Frank per paper bag.

3. Unleash Frank by cutting him out.

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4. Fill a paper bag with sweets and treats. Add a few plastic creepy crawlies like plastic spiders, plastic bats, or eyeball chocolates, sugar mice, denture gummy sweets etc ... if you have them.  

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5. Fold Frank in half. Fold down top of paper bag, the height should be around the same as Frank. Matchy - matchy !

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6. Place folded Frank over the top of the the paper bag. Staple around Frank's nose to secure the bags. ( Frank already has a few scars, he is just missing a nose piercing. ๐Ÿ˜Š)

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7. Repeat steps for more Franks. Et voila! Here are your very own Frank the Frankenstein topped candy bags. Perfect for Halloween treats.  

Happy crafting and Happy Halloween! ๐Ÿ‘ป๐ŸŽƒ๐Ÿซ๐Ÿญ๐Ÿฌ๐Ÿ•ธ

P.S. We would love for you to show us if you have done this tutorial by hash tagging your posts with #FrankensteinFrank . Can't wait to see them !