Craft Roundup: DIY Halloween Treat Fun from Cool Blogs

What are some of the most smile-inducing Halloween candies in your household? Are they classics like mini chocolate bars or something more current like packs of candy? Maybe you try to stick to some non-sweet options in favor of stickers, pencils or small Halloween toys? Whether it’s candy or non-candy, this week’s roundup features project ideas that focus on the treat portion of Halloween, from clever packaging to recycling packaging once the treat has been quickly consumed.

 

DIY Paper Ghost Pouch

This sweet-looking ghost by Pizzazzerie looks too cute to open! But since they’re quick to make you can have a pile ready to hand out, filled with either candy OR something nonperishable.

 

Ghost Treat Boxes

And speaking of ghosts, these printable ghost treat box containers by Minieco.co.uk also look a little too adorable to open. Create a fleet of the ghosts to take over a buffet table at a party or to present as a snack at school.

 

Spider Fry DIY Halloween Treat Idea

These fun French fry boxes quickly transform into a Halloween snack must-have thanks to this idea. Swap Pocky sticks for pretzel rods if you’re aiming for something not as sweet. This tutorial is by Design Eat Repeat.

 

Candy Wrapper Pouch Tutorial

This project by Everything Etsy is all about the sugar. Save those snack bags from Halloween and upcycle them into a small, sweet (pun intended) zippered pouch.

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