Halloween is just two days away! With all the costume-making and candy shopping, plus every day life, did you remember to get the treat bags ready? Trust me, I'm right there with you. We're not having a Halloween party, but we did want to send a few treats to Brody's classmates. I created a template for a small favor box just for the occasion! (Don't worry: Instead of "From Brody W", this template says "Happy Halloween!")
- Download template
- Cardstock or construction paper
- Glue stick
- Halloween treats
Step One: Print as many boxes you need. Each sheet has the top and bottom of the box. Cut out each box.
Step Two: Fold along each black line.
Step Three: Glue the tabs inside the walls of the box. Repeat steps 2-3 for the bottom of the box.
Fill with treats and you're done!
As much as I liked this box, it was a bit time-consuming. It took about two hours to cut and paste them, and that was only for 24 boxes. However, if you've got some help, you'll get it done in half the time.
Need some faster ideas? Below are my favorite finds this year from Pinterest. They are all DIYs, so you can put them together without leaving the house. They all work as classroom goodie bags and/or party favors!
1. Design Eat Repeat: PrintableTreat Labels
2. Studio DIY: Boo! Halloween Treat Bags
3. Martha Stewart: Pumpkin Favor Pouches
4. Oh Happy Day: Printable Ghost Treat Box
5. Let's Wrap Stuff: Printable Jack-o-Lantern Pillow Boxes
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