Printable DIY Halloween Treat Boxes
These DIY Halloween Treat Boxes are a quick and rewarding craft. Halloween is coming up soon, but there is still plenty of time to make these darling little boxes to use as Party Favors or to hand out to your neighborhood Trick or Treators! I promise these only take a few minutes to make and you can probably use supplies that you already have at home.
I love this template because it’s fairly straightforward to put together. Just grab a glue stick or some tape, and you’ll be filling them up with treats in no time! The finished boxes are around 2 3/4″ wide by 2″ deep. So they are a nice small size, that can easily be popped into a trick or treat bag or sack.
We have taken two spooky graphics from the site, an iron gate and a moth image, and digitally collaged them against a pitch black sky. They are spooky, but not over the top horrifying, so they can be enjoyed by children as well as teens or adults alike. I hope you enjoy them!
(Be sure to click the download link to download after each image for the PDF templates)
Supplies for Printable DIY Halloween Treat Boxes
Gather up your supplies. You will need some white card stock paper, some scissors, and a glue stick or some tape.
Step 1) Print out the template and cut out the box shape, with your scissors. If you have digital cutting machine, that may be an option instead of using the scissors.
Step 2) Fold the set of tabs on each side of the box. Fold the bottom of the box and the fourth side of the box up to join the others. Secure the tabs with some tape or glue. Next fold over the top of the box. After filling the box, you may want to secure it with a small sticker or some decorative tape.
Then fill up your box with candy, homemade treats, or some small party favors, like toys or art supplies … and then you are all finished! So easy right? And so adorable too!
I hope you have fun making these cute Printable DIY Halloween Treat Boxes! You could jazz them up even more if you like, by adding some glitter, or other embellishments to personalize them a bit. The images that were used for these two templates were the Iron Gate and the Death’s Head Hawk Moth, both here from The Graphics Fairy blog.
The font that was used is called Zombie Holocaust by Chad Savage and you can find it on our list of free Halloween Font recommendations here.
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