5 Easy Halloween Treat Boxes That Anyone Can Make

updated May 1, 2019
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A Halloween party without candy is not a party at all. And while homemade candy might be a little too much work at this busy time of year, it is easy to serve your candy loot in style. From a simple plastic glove to goofy bags with big monster eyes, here are five small DIY Halloween projects that don’t require much work but have a big payoff.

This DIY is the easiest of the bunch and just might be my favorite. Get a glove, some candy, and maybe a cool plastic ring and you’ve got yourself an excellent way to serve your favorite treats.

Get the instructions: Halloween Hand Treats from The Queens Card Castle

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Oh Happy Day makes this DIY easy for you by giving you a cute bat template. Just grab some paper, a pencil, a scissors, and some candy.

Get the instructions: Bat Candy Favors from Oh Happy Day

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Gah! So much fun! And A Subtle Revelry gives you a PDF to create a few variations of these neon boxes that are a nice colorful change from the gloomy spookiness of more traditional Halloween colors.

Get the instructions: Printable Halloween Favor Boxes from A Subtle Revelry

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Bust out your painting gear and candy corn! These make great small gifts for colleagues and friends at school.

Get the instructions: Halloween Easy Treat Boxes from Hi Sugarplum!

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Get crazy with some colorful construction paper. You could even do this with paper bags or colorful boxes you find at craft stores.

Get some ideas: Monster Treat Bags from Fiskars

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