Halloween

5 Halloween Candy Boxes That Anyone Can Make

Image Credit: Queens Card Castle

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.

1. Halloween Hand Treats

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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2. Bat Candy Favors DIY

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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3. Halloween Treat Boxes

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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4. Halloween Easy Treat Boxes

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!

Image Credit: Fiskars

5. Flip-Top Monster Boxes for Halloween Treats

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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