Halloween Craft Candy Favor

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Halloween Craft Candy Favor

Halloween Craft Candy Favor

Who’s gettin’ ready for some treats?! I’ve got a cute Halloween craft candy favor to share with you today. This party favor is perfect for your child’s school party and it might have the arts & crafts teacher calling YOU for the instructions —it’s easy! Just give them the link to this video tutorial.

Not only is this project cute it’s a quick Halloween candy favor that even the kids can help with! Have them make these handmade gifts for their teachers, the mailman, and anyone whose day would be brightened by this candy gift (or granola gift)!

The complete supply list can be found by scrolling below but the focal pieces of today’s project can be found in the 2018 Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog. If you live in the U.S. and need a catalog send me your mailing address and I’ll get a catalog sent out to you! In the meantime, if you’d like to view the catalog online visit the catalog page AND did you know that the Toil & Trouble designer series paper is double-sided with one side being appropriate for year round use?

After you’re done watching the video tutorial for today’s project be sure and hop on over to Lisa Curcio’s blog and view the details for another super cute and easy candy treat box. Click here to visit that post.

Supply List

Stamp set: Cauldron Bubble Item 147710
Designer Paper:
Toil & Trouble Item 147531
Memento Tuxedo Black Item 132702
Smoky Slate Item 131202
Layering Circles Item 141705 & Stitched Shapes Item 145372
Ribbon: Black Glittered Organdy Ribbon Item #147897
Punch: Scalloped Tag Topper Item 133324


Cut a strip of Smoky Slate card stock 2” X 9 3/4” and score at 1”, 3 1/2”, and 4 1/4”
Use a bone folder to fold at all of the scored lines
Punch each end with the Scalloped tag topper
On scrap piece of paper stamp image and sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and then cut out with corresponding small stitched shape circle. Cut the corresponding layer in basic black using the scalloped circle in the layering circles set.

Fold the bottom of the treat holder to form a pocket that your candy or treat will fit in to. Adhere the designer paper 1 7/8” X 2”. Fold down the front decorative piece and adhere the ‘flap’ down with a glue dot.
You can run the ribbon through, under the flap and wrap around to the other side and tie it.

Attach the sentiment on the front wherever you want it and decorate the top of the treat with ribbon or twine.

What do you think?! I love hearing from you—who will you make this treat for?
Have an Inkredible week!