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Halloween Treat Pillows!

As we continue with Falling for Fall in July
you will see a lot of Halloween from me!!!
Treat "Pillows" are simple, but very cute!
What a sweet way to give special little treats as party favors at a Halloween party!
First cut your pillows from card stock, score folds and with glue stick adhere flaps.

Working with the pillows flat adhere pattern paper and add collage images.

Collage Images: Halloween Horribles
Cardstock Black, Orange, Purple
Pattern Paper All Hallows Eve
Glue Stick
Pattern for Pillows or Pillow Cutter

Fold the ends in and the pillow is ready to fill with little treats!

Finally tie with ribbons!!!


  1. these are gorgeous vintage usable creations! I saw the idea on pinterest to make these treat pillows with toilet paper rolls -- you just fold in the ends... thanks for the great inspiration! xo

  2. I love fun ways to dress up packaging! Great job!

  3. Se Sweet, great for candy and gift cards!

  4. Absolutely adorable. This would be a fun way to leave treats for co-workers, too!

  5. Great idea! Do you have a template?

  6. Great idea! Do you have a template?

  7. I love Halloween too, Lyneen, and these are fabulous!

  8. Cute idea! Great for little gifties!


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