Hi all of you Disney fans! I'm betting on lots of Anna and Elsa princesses this Halloween, don't you think? They will each need their own awesome Trick-or-Treat bags, right? So I'm going to show you how I made these Anna and Elsa Trick-or-Treat bags. They're perfect for Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party. They'd even work for dress-up or little bag lovers.
How to make the Anna and Elsa Trick-Or-Treat Bags
Here's what you'll need to get:
- Blank canvas bags (I found a 3 pack at the craft store for under $10)
- Paint (light blue, dark blue, and not pictured: magenta and yellow)
- Gold ribbon
- White puff paint
- Painters tape
- Glue (hot glue or Fabri-tac)
Start by taping off the bags. Diagonal lines and a line across the bottom for Anna's bag. Two straight lines for Elsa's.
On Anna's bag, paint dark blue between the tape and remove. Then paint a magenta tulip and two yellow dots. Let dry. Glue two strips of gold ribbon on the top party of the dark blue. Then bust out the puff paint and draw small leaf designs on the bottom.
For Elsa's bag, paint light blue between the tape. When the paint is dry draw a large snowflake in the middle.
So what do you think? Be sure to share this along with any of your friends with Frozen fans and their house :)
And don't forget Princess necklaces to finish off any costume!
Stephanie Paxman is the author of the blog Crafting in the Rain where she writes about original craft projects, decorating ideas and kid-friendly activities that help to keep herself and her family sane during the rainy months in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. You can find more on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter.