Halloween Treats Containers




For really clever Halloween treats containers, look at the ideas offered here.

No Halloween gathering is complete without treat bags to send with your guests.

Most of these Halloween treats ideas are pretty easy to make and they will impress your friends.

Let your kids enjoy helping you make these fun Halloween treats containers.

Mummy Treat Container

Make a cute mummy treat container using a toilet paper tube and white crepe paper. Kids can do this.

Mummy Treat Holder Favor Cups

Plastic or paper drink cups, an old tshirt or some cheesecloth, and you will soon have a bunch of mummy cups.

Frankenstein Treat Sack

This cute Frankenstein treat sack is made with a purchased lime green sack, but you could use a lunch sack and paint it green. Add wiggly eyes, black paper hair and cork “bolts” to finish him.

Bat Box Favor

Clever bat box favor that could also be a hanging bat ornament. Made of cardstock.

Bat Cone

Use a cone shape to make this bat treat holder from card stock or construction paper, and they’re perfect Halloween treats containers.

Bat Box

Attach black wings to a black take-out box, and add a face to make this cute bat box.

Going Batty Box

Cover a candy box with black crepe paper, add wings and a face and this batty box is ready to fly.

Bat Treat Box

Cute Bat treat box uses the triangle treat box, and is made with cardstock. Check out her October 2009 archives for more clever treat boxes.

Bat Box

Make a triangle box and then decorate it to look like a bat box.

Ghost Treat Box

Make this easy ghost treat box with a take-out box and black marker. The handle is made with pony beads and pipe cleaners.

Ghost Treat Box

Very cute ghost treat box made with cardstock. Find the triangle box shape here.

Party Favor Buckets

Get small metal buckets and paint. Use electrical tape to decorate party favor buckets quickly.

Cat Favor Box

Clever cat favor box is made from a cardboard tube painted black.

Black Cat Treat Pouch

A clever black cat treat pouch, it is made with 2 black paper plates.

Cat Treat Bags

Very easy to make cat treat bags use a paper lunch sack, black marker, and orange paper.

Rat Wrapper

Fun rat wrapper idea that kids will love – print out this wrapper and finish it to hold a candy treat for great Halloween treats containers.

Mummy and Vampire Candy Bar Wraps

Easy mummy and vampire candy bar wraps can be used for Halloween favors.

Spider Boxes

More great Halloween treats containers are these fun spider favor boxes for Halloween treats.

Egg Carton Treat Holders

Kids can paint these egg carton cups in spooky colors, add wiggly eyes and have a fun treat holder.

Candy Corn Treat Package

Very easy to make from paper, there is a template for this candy corn treat package.

Candy Corn Cups

Kids will find this candy corn favor made with a peat pot easy to do. (Or you could wrap white paper cups with colored paper, or paint them.)

Witch’s Broom Favors

Clever witch’s brooms are made with lunch bags and twigs.

Witch Hat Treat Box

Use black card stock to make this witch hat treat box and decorate it with paper scraps.

Witch Treat Box

This printable witch treat box is easy to make: print, cut out, and glue the flaps.

Witch Hat Treat Cone

To make this easy witch hat treat cone, download the printable, cut and assemble.

Treat Balls

These easy treat balls are paper mache on small balloons. You could paint them white and make skulls, or black and add wings to make bats, or add a face and whiskers to make a cat.

Halloween Candy Pouches

Cat and pumpkin Halloween candy pouches are easy to make with felt and other craft bits.

Pumpkin Favors

Use orange crepe paper and green pipe cleaners to make these easy pumpkin favors that you fill with treats before tying shut.

Pumpkin Favor Pouches

Pumpkin favor pouches are made with orange crepe paper, but you could probably use tissue paper.

Coffin Treat Box

A perfect Halloween treat holder, this coffin treat box is made with black cardstock and lined with decorative paper.

Headstone Treat Boxes

Print headstones on black cardstock and cut out to make these easy headstone treat boxes.

Skull Potato Stamp Treat Bags

Make a skull stamp from a potato and use it to stamp skull poatato stamp treat bags.

Use it for stamping skulls on other Halloween projects as well.

Skull Treat Cup

Easy to make skull treat cup uses white cups and cut-out bones and features.

Skull Treat Boxes

Paint an egg shaped mache box white and add features for neat skull treat boxes.

Printable Skull Pillow Box

Print these skull pillow boxes and fill with treats.

Skull Treat Box

Print this skull treat box template on white card stock and cut out.

Printable Halloween Treat Bags

Three different printable Halloween treat bags that you print, cut and assemble.

Bewitching Party Favor Bags

Easy bewitching party favor bags use paper lunch sacks and construction paper.

Stamped Muslin Treat Bags

Buy or make muslin bags and stamp Halloween designs on these stamped muslin treat bags.

Halloween Pyramid Box

This easy printable Halloween pyramid box can be quickly cut out and assembled to make fun Halloween treats containers.

Character Treat Bags

Decorate lunch size bags to look like Halloween character treat bags.

Halloween Paper Bags

Idea for making 3 different Halloween paper bags, starting with lunch bags and decorating them.

Halloween Treat Bags

Cut down brown lunch bags are decoratively punched across the top (or you could use the decorative edge scissors) and stamped with Halloween designs to make these easy Halloween treat bags. You could use Halloween stickers.

Halloween Treat Bowls

Spray clay pots black and add white rub-ons to make these Halloween treat bowls. Easy and looks great.

Paper Bag Candy Bowls

These paper bag candy bowls look easy and fun. Once you’ve made the shape you can turn them into a ghost, pumpkin, witch or more.

Kids can help make these Halloween treats containers.

 

Noreen Doll

Crafty Journal

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