Skeleton Treat-Bag Labels

 These animal skeletons can be found in clip-art books. You'll also need self-adhesive paper that glows under a black light. 

Skeleton Treat-Bag Labels

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2008


  • Self-adhesive paper

  • Paper bag

  • Round-corner punch


  1. Using a photo-editing program, invert desired skeleton image so that the background is black and the bones are white.

  2. Adjust image size as needed to fit onto a paper bag. (It is possible to fit more than 1 image on a page.) Print onto a sheet of self-adhesive paper.

  3. Use a round-corner punch to finish the edges. Affix label to bag. Repeat to make multiple bags.


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