How to Make Mini Gravestone Halloween Treat Bags | FREE DIY Printable

Halloween is a great time to be cheeky with your crafts and maybe the only time you can give gifts to strangers that say EAT ME 😂 The gift of giving just can not get better!

I have created some fun Gravestone Mini Treat Bag Free Printables for you to cut and make at home. Make for your neighbours, school friends and family.

These Gravestone bags are a great way to have a table set up outside your front door. The Trick or Treaters can take a Gravestone treat bag and say a quick hello behind your screen door before moving on. All with no contact, especially if you are like some of us unlucky ones who can not celebrate Halloween due to your city's restrictions or are worried about coming into contact with a lot of people at your home. 
These Halloween Gravestone Treat Bags are Mini size so you can offer more candy lolly bags without fear of running out.

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Gravestone Mini Treat Bag Papercraft

DIY Details
  • 5 min Crafts (Per Treat Box)
  • Approx $5 if you already have glue & scissors 
  • Paper or cardstock. I used Neon craft paper from Big W Australia which comes in a 100-sheet craft pad
  • Strong Glue or tape
  • Scissors
  • Printer
  • Free PDF Templates HERE & HERE or find them at the bottom of the page in JPG format


  • Print the template on the paper colour of your choice. 
I have tested this Halloween Gravestone design on cardboard and paper, and both worked great. This tutorial was done with neon craft paper but also looks great on any colour and plain white. There are 2 slightly different designs with the 'Treat Yo'self' design being slightly taller than the 'Eat Me' Grave design.
  • Cut the templates
Cut around the solid thin edge lines neatly. 
  • Fold all the verticle lines to create a rectangle box shape
  • Fold the horizontal lines at the bottom of the Tombstone and the small tab on the top back panel
  • Glue or tape the skinny side tab to the joining edge
  • Fold one long tab at the bottom over and place glue on both side tabs and the opposite long tab. Glue flat
  • Once glued, push a flat bottom item like a pen on whatever you have, inside to secure the glue and put pressure on the paper to stick together. I do this for around 5 seconds
  • Pinch the sides together to make a paper bag design by pushing your fingers into the top side sections. Slide your finger downwards creating the fold to taper down towards the bottom. This sounds harder than it is but once you do the first one you will see how easy it is
  • Place your treats inside and seal by putting a dab of glue or tape on the back top tab
Adorable right? You will want to make a truckload of them once you see how cute and fun these Tombstones look standing next to each other.

Print the Mini Gravestone treat boxes on A4 paper at 100% for the size I have made. You can right-click the templates below to save or save the PDFs HERE & HERE
View more Halloween DIYs
  • How to make white chocolate Witch fingers here
  • How to make Faux Ceramic Pumpkin treats buckets here
  • How to make folded paper Bats & Ghost Decor here
  • Make your own COVIDWEEN Door sign here

What treats are you giving this Halloween? 
Let me know below in the comments 


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