October is nearly here and that means Halloween is almost upon us. Are your kids all ready for trick-or-treating? Have they picked out their costumes yet? Have they chosen a bag large enough to carry their haul of lollipops, candy bars and other delicious treats? If not, here are some very cute Halloween options.
Plush Treat Bags
These plush bags are cute and cuddly. They come in five different designs including pumpkins, cats, owls, ghosts, mummies and monsters. While some Halloween bags only make an appearance around the holidays the owl and cat designs are generic enough to be used year round. This bag would be perfect for a child who loves stuffed animals.
Safe & Smart Reflective Treat Bag
It’s always a good idea to provide reflective gear for kids who will be walking around in the dark of night. Safety is a primary concern for any parent and these safe and smart reflective treat bags will help keep your child visible in very low light. This design is available in four different options including an owl, ghost, pumpkin and bat.
Light-Up Halloween Trick-Or-Treat Bags
Do you find it difficult to pick your child out of the crowd on Halloween night? These light-up bags feature eight yellow LED lights that will help you spot your kid from a distance. They are constructed from 100% polyester felt and require two AA batteries to operate.
Watch Me Glow Halloween Tote Bags
While lights will certainly help you see your children at night these glow in the dark bags can also help you spot them. These bags provide a ghostly, green glow that can be seen from a distance. They are made of durable cotton canvas and are available in Frankenstein, Owl, Mummy and Witch designs.
Loads of Fun Giant Halloween Treat Bag
When I was a kid I collected candy in an old queen-sized pillowcase. These giant Halloween treat bags from Gifts.com remind me of the bags I used to carry. They are constructed from 100% cotton canvas and include a convenient handle for lugging all those heavy treats around town.
Spooktacular Halloween Metal Treat Pails
I don’t know what it is about buckets, but my children love to play with them. Sometimes they collect rocks or seashells in them, other times they want to toss beanbags or balls into them. When the kids are finished playing I use them to store miscellaneous toys like tiny cars and Legos. If you want to get extra use out of your Halloween treat bag, consider these metal treat pails that are constructed from lightweight tin and feature easy-to-carry wooden handles that are perfect for tiny hands.
No matter which bag you choose make certain it is light-weight and large enough to carry all the loot your child will collect on Halloween. You can find all of the options shown above at Gifts.com. Best of all, these bags can also be personalized with up to ten characters, which means your children will know exactly which pile of candy belongs to them.