If you are looking for a cute and simple Halloween goody bag for your own kids or classmates, I wanted to share the ones I made for Logan and his class. Playing with dough is a very popular activity in our house and I love that it lets their little creative minds go free with endless possibilities of what to create and make. We have fun with all sorts of rolling pins, cookie cutters (love these mini sized ones from this Etsy shop) and other tools.
The Dough Project has been my favorite dough to get for Logan, as I first discovered them while living in NYC. They offered the best in person, interactive play experience for kids. They would strip down to their diapers and just be able to get messy with all sorts of cooking gadgets and their non-toxic and all natural dough! I quickly started looking at their online site and they have the best selection of colors and custom labels. I ordered and made similar bags for Logan’s 2nd birthday. We’ve chatted a bunch since and when placing my recent Halloween order they asked if you all would like a code for 15% off their site and I happily accepted! code: KENDALL15
I figured I would list out everything I used to make these bags incase you all wanted to do the same! After tying all the bags for Logan’s class I realized I wanted to go back in and add these eyeballs to make things a little more spooky and fun. You could also toss in a few googly eyes depending on the kids age. Logan has fun sticking them into the dough when he plays. Also, Amazon had some great Halloween ribbon selections as well, I just happened to be in Michaels and picked up this one shown here.