FREE Trick or Treat Tags

While my mom was here a few weeks ago we made our way to the mall. We had to stop by the candy shop (of course) and found some ADORABLE Halloween Chupa Chup pails (who doesn’t love Chupa Chups, right?!) I knew I had to have one, but the employee at the candy store said it wasn’t for sale. Bummer.

Fast forward a week and my mom calls (now back in AZ) and tells me she found the pails at Target! What?! I was ecstatic. I waited patiently (or maybe a little impatiently) for my own Target to put out their Halloween products. It took foreeeeeeeeever, but they finally got them out and I was so excited to see some great Halloween Chupa Chup Pails. They were different from the ones we had seen at the candy store, and not as cute, to be honest but they were still awesome. I bought a pail which was $9.99, and it had 100 pops in it. I knew it would be a perfect treat to give away. I decided to make some FREE Trick or Treat tags to go with them, and this is how they turned out:

CUTE Treat idea - just print tag and attach to gift or goodies.

Filled with these beauties…

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Adorable, right?! Can’t wait to take this bucket of goodies to some friends or even to the sisters I visit teach. What’s even better is if you buy the pail it’s already a built in Candy Bucket for Trick or Treating!

Sweet!!

If you’d like to give it as a gift too, here’s what you’ll need:

SUPPLIES:

- Chupa Chup Pails (Found mine at Target but also saw them on Amazon:
Chupa Chups Frankenstein, 100 Count
Chupa Chups Lollipops Halloween Werewolf Container 100ct.

- Ribbon/Twine/Tulle

- Printables (available below)

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Find your Buckets. They had these Frankenstein ones at Target in Green, Blue and Purple.

They also have them on Amazon:

Chupa Chups Frankenstein, 100 Count
Chupa Chups Lollipops Halloween Werewolf Container 100ct.

(Amazon also sells the werewolf pail)

Halloween-TrickorTreatTagsBLUEHalloween-TrickorTreatTagsGREENHalloween-TrickorTreatTagsPURPLEHalloween-TrickorTreatTagsBLACK

Just download your prints by clicking on the one you want and then RIGHT-CLICK and SAVE. Then open it up in a program like Word and re-size it to what you want. Then Print, and Cut out.

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Free Trick or Treat Tags

Tie the tag on with some ribbon or tulle.

Trick or Treat Tags - 5

Adorable Trick or Treat Tags - just attached to any goodies! { lilluna.com }

FREE and CUTE Trick or Treat Tags!

And now you have a super cute and easy gift to give away!

The tags are also cute attached to any Halloween treat, whether it be cookies or anything else yummy!

These were the pails we saw at the candy store. Everywhere online shows them out of stock. (BOO!)

chupa-chups-lollipops-halloween-monster-eye-container

Aren’t they so cute?!

For more Halloween Gifts with free prints, check out:

No Tricks, Just Treats Jar. Free printables, perfect for halloween

No Tricks, Just Treats Jar

Halloween Pop Box Gift - No Tricks, Just Treats!!

Halloween Pop Box Set

Halloween Cookies Jar Gift { lilluna.com }

Halloween Cookie Jars Gift

For all Halloween creations go HERE.

ENJOY!

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  1. 1

    What are Chupa Chups? I’ve never seen or heard of them. I love the Frankenstein pail and the tags. Super cute!!

  2. 3

    Love the way you used rick rack to tie the tags on! Cute!
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  3. 5

    Chupa Chups are the BEST lollipops in the world!!!! I hope my Target gets them! I haven’t had one since college!!!

    • 6

      I totally agree, Gina!! The Strawberries N Cream are the best! Everyone I’ve talked to so far has those Chupa Chup Halloween buckets so I’m sure yours will have them too. :)

  4. 7

    I love them, I picked up Frankie in blue from my Target They had blue, green or purple.
    From what I have gathered the containers are different each year and are geared more toward retailers to be a display item to sell the pops individually. This is the first year I have saw them at a mass retailer. The eye balls were 2012 designs. The werewolf and Frankenstein are new this year.
    In the past they have sold tin buckets.


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