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It’s National Candy Corn Day, and while the tiny triangles tend to get a bad rap in the flavor department, as far as design goes, it’s hard to beat their geometric shape and tri-color stripes. That’s why I love these DIY candy corn treat bags from The Purl Bee.

candy corn bag

They’re cute, festive, and the flavor’s not even a factor. You know, there’s still time to whip one of these up before the kids go trick or treating tomorrow. They won’t miss that old plastic pumpkin or their pillowcase, promise.

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  1. Ronique@Freshome says:

    Great ideas for Halloween bags! I especially like the fact that you can keep them for years to come. Thanks for sharing with us. Halloween is almost here. :)

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  4. Bowmanave says:

    that is so cute and pretty thank you!i will do that for this halloween!thanks again!

  5. Kayla@HGTV says:

    These are SO much cuter than pillowcases!

  6. Stretch film says:

    Great ideas for Halloween bags. Thanks for such an interesting information.
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