Get 5 free printable Halloween gift tags that are perfect for Halloween treat bags! Wish friends or classmates a Happy Halloween with goodie bags and cute tag templates in pdf format.
I originally published this post when my daughter, Emmie, was only 3! That year, I needed a few cute printable tags for her class Halloween treat bags and just couldn't find the Halloween gift tags that I wanted. I decided to design these printables tags and thought it would also be a good idea to share them on the blog.
Here we are, 7 years later. Emmie's now 10 (!!!) and I thought this post could use a little bit of a renovation. It had become buried deep in the archives of the blog and deserved a little TLC. Ironically, Emmie helped me with this post (as she often does) while she was on fall break a couple of weeks ago. She's still influencing the posts on Lamberts Lately!
How to use these Halloween gift tags for kids
I purposely kept these gift tags pretty general. The fun designs in these graphics coordinate, meaning you could mix and match the gift tags you use for your Halloween celebration. All of the name sections are blank so you can fill in as needed!
There are lots of different uses for the printable gift tags you'll find in this post.
- Class goodie bags
- Candy treats for coworkers (simply attach candy to back of the tags)
- Halloween night treats
- Party favors for a Halloween party
- Sticker labels for a Halloween craft
- Label for a plate of cookies for neighbors
- Party food table labels
I also included a completely blank fold-over label at the bottom of the post that is great for either treat bags or labels for a food table at a fun Halloween party. Just fold them tent-style!
(These free printable Halloween tags are for personal use only; no resale or commercial use is permitted. I recommend printing these in color on 8.5×11″ white cardstock for the best results. I also recommend cutting these out with a straight paper cutter, but scissors work just fine if you don't have one.)
Free Halloween Gift Tag Downloads (pdf)
Click here to download the Boo to You Halloween printable.
(Note: this type of tag is meant to be folded in half and stapled on top of a candy bag.)
Click here for the free orange and yellow blank template.
(This is another label that is meant to be folded in half and stapled over the top of a bag. These would also be great for food table labels at a Halloween party!)
I hope you and your kiddos get lots of use out of these free printables! If you use them, tag me on social media (@lambertslately on all platforms) – I would love to see.