Halloween Masks and Treat Sacks – Puchi Printables

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Happy Halloween to you and your Blythes! Halloween is quickly approaching, and if you’re like us, you’re probably way behind on sewing those elaborate Blythe costumes you started planning way back in July. Don’t worry! Print and cut out these easy masks and turn all of your Blythes into spooks in a pinch. It will be our little secret!

Download the Printable .PDF Here! (zip/230K)

Tips for making your Masks and sacks:

  1. Print the file with no scaling (100%) on regular printer paper.
  2. Cut off the treat sack portion of the sheet.
  3. glue or spray-mount a sheet of cardstock or construction paper to the back of the masks for strength.  cut out and add string or elastic.
  4. for the sack:  fold on the lines, starting at number [1] . Fold all the lines marked [2], then paste the tab to attach the side of the bag to the front.  Bring the lines marked [2] together, creating a valley fold at [3].
  5. fold the bottom of the bag the same way you would wrap a birthday present, hold it shut with glue or tape.
  6. tape some black cord or string inside the top edge for a handle.

27 responses to “Halloween Masks and Treat Sacks – Puchi Printables”

  1. Fliss

    This is so lovely – thank you for taking the time to design this and to so generously share it 🙂

  2. Dolly*Hex

    These are awesome! Cheers 🙂

  3. piccadilly_here

    This is wonderful, thank you!

  4. *GreenApple

    They are soo cute, I love it! Thanks!

  5. Crystal

    wow~ this is very useful!!!
    u r amazing at creating blythe clothes+accessories!

  6. Louos

    These are awesome for a quick or last minute fix!!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talents with us again!!

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  8. Carrie

    oh wow, i’ll be using these! thanks so much.
    one question – where did you get that Top in the picture? the ribcage one?! its great.

  9. Melissa

    Hi Carrie, I made it with the t-shirt pattern in our pattern archive, and I transfered the ribcage using printable iron-on transfers for dark fabrics.

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  12. Evon Lim

    Thank you for sharing 😀 this is fun!

  13. Pinky

    Hey there!

    I know you’re real busy, I was just wondering if you were going to put a sleep eye tutorial on here. Punichi is my custom bible and my Blythe love you for it!

    I only just decided to find out what sleep eyes were and of course I want to try it!

    Thanks so much for all your help, you are wonderful 🙂

  14. Marson

    my I use this picture in my website?

  15. Melissa

    Marson – on your myspace? sure. 🙂

  16. momolita

    Thanks for your sharing. Really love your work.


  17. aimee

    oh sad sad sad.

    it is almost halloween and the PDF is down 🙁

  18. Melissa

    Hey aimee – try it again, I re-uploaded the file.


  19. joop

    lovely lovely site. I hope you are not abandoning Melissa~ 🙂

  20. alison

    absolutely fab cat mask. just what my daughter wanted…thankyou

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  22. Ju

    Wow! Amazing! Love it! n_n
    Now I could make a great Halloween party for my girls.

  23. blythie loves blur

    now what i really want is my blythe to look as cool as that

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