Of course, you can run to the store and purchase Halloween candy that is sold in Halloween-themed packaging. Or you can use this easy-to-use printable and make these Halloween candy treats as an easy craft with your kids (or for yourself).
When can you use these DIY Halloween Treats:
- To hand out to trick-or-treaters
- As party favors
- To add to a Halloween care package
- To send in your child’s lunchbox on Halloween
- Give to office coworkers
- Add to neighborhood “You’ve Been Boo’d” gift
- As an easy children’s Halloween party activity
How to Make these Halloween Treats
- Candy in orange or black wrappers is preferable, but you can use any candy. The jack o’lantern faces are approximately 2 inches square, so a candy that is large enough to hold the face image is preferable.
- Printer paper
- Green card stock paper or green construction paper – this is a great opportunity to use up scraps of paper in your scrap stash
- Craft Scissors
- Double Sided Tape
Print out the free Halloween treats jack o’lantern faces. You gain access to the free printable when you sign up for our free newsletter. The printable will be sent to you in an email promptly after you sign up.
You can print as many sheets as you need.
More Halloween printables:
- Halloween Costume Scavenger Hunt
- Halloween Scavenger Hunt
- Free Halloween Labels
- Lunchbox Notes for Halloween
- Halloween Coupons for Kids
- Cut out the jack o’lantern faces.
- Cut out small stems from the scraps of green paper.
Use the double sided tape to attach the jack o’lantern faces and stems to the Halloween treats.
More DIY Halloween treat ideas that are easy to make:
- Halloween Treats Envelopes
- Scrap Buster Mummy Treats
- Ghost Candy Wrapper
- DIY Mummy Candy Wrapper
- Frankenstein Candy Wrapper Craft
- Gauze Wrapped Candy Bar Mummies
Pin for later so you can grab this free printable Halloween Treats decoration, even at the last minute.
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