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Easy Monster-Themed Treat Bags

October 14, 2019

Halloween is quickly approaching and nothing says Halloween quite like a monster.

But, while the rest of the world is putting up all their scary decorations, Mike and Sully have proven that silly is more fun than scary.

And believe it or not, creating Mike and Sully are super easy to make.

I guess it’s true what they say. You can take the girl out of teaching, but you can’t take the teacher out of the girl.

Easy DIY Monsters Inc Themed Treat Bags

Super Easy DIY Monsters Themed Bag

Creating a Monster Treat Bag

These bags can be put together quickly and they are surprisingly easy to make. They also don’t scream “Halloween,” so they work for many different occasions.

And because I was able to put them together using circles and triangles, they’re extremely kid-friendly.

Mike and Sully Party Bags

Supplies:

  • Blue and Green paper bags
    • You can find them many places. I found mine at the grocery store for $.50 a piece
  • Cardstock
  • Glue Stick
  • Scissors
  • varying round shapes
    • I just used things around my house – pop cans, tape, coaster, glue stick cap…
  • Monster-themed Treats

Cutting out your circles and triangles

As I said earlier, these bags are extremely easy to make.

A pile of paper to create Monster bags

For Mike Wazowski, you will need:

Eye

  • 2 white circles – 1 large and 1 small
  • 1 blue circle – slightly smaller than the white circle
  • 1 black circle – slightly smaller than the blue circle

Mouth

  • 1 large black triangle – round the top to resemble a mouth
  • many tiny triangles – round the tops to resemble teeth

Horns

  • 2 small gray triangles – round the tops to resemble horns
Creating Sully out of many different sized shapes


For Sully, you will need:

Eyes

  • 2 white circles – 1 medium and 1 tiny
  • 1 black circle – slightly smaller than white circle
  • 1 blue circle – the same size as white circle and cut in half to use as eyebrows. If they cover too much of the eyes, you can trim them up a little bit. That’s what I did.

Nose

  • 1 small blue circle – cut 2 little half-circles at the bottom to resemble a nose

Mouth

  • 1 large black triangle – round the top to resemble a mouth
  • 2 small white triangles

Horns

  • 1 large gray circle – draw a horn on one side of the circle. Fold the circle in half and cut. You will have 2 horns that are mirror images of each other.

Spots

  • cut round-ish circles with purple paper.
Monster themed treats, sold on ooly.com

Monster Treats

Now that you have your super cute bags, you’re going to want some monster treats to fill those bags. Luckily, I know just the place.

Ooly

Monster Erasers, sold on  Ooly.com

As an educator, there was one thing that always upset me.

Every year, I had a child that was allergic to treats that were being given out during parties. Some would bring their treats home for their mom, dad, or siblings. Others would simply throw their treats out.

Monster themed highlighters, sold on Ooly.com

That’s why I like these cute little monsters. Every child can have a bag full of treats and no one ever has to feel left out.

And really, that’s all I ever wanted for every child that came in to my classroom.

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