Monday, October 22, 2012

Halloween Treat Boxes

Halloween treat boxes for classroom parties

It is almost time again  for class Halloween parties.  I thought it would the be the perfect time to add to my treat box collection..  

Bunny Candy Treat Boxes

Do you remember these?  I came up made my Bunny Treat Boxes  for  Easter 2011, and they quickly become one of my popular posts and most pinned ideas. 

Turkey Candy Treat Boxes

Then last Thanksgiving, I added my Turkey Treat Boxes, and they too were well received

Frankenstein Treat Box

To make Frankenstein, I cut a green rectangle from cardstock to fit the top of the dollar store treat box.  (They come in packages of 10 or 12 so they are .10 or less each.)   Glue on whatever eyes you would prefer. I thought he would look good with the small eyes. You can find a large bag of google eyes in various sizes in the craft aisle at the Dollar Tree.  

Frankenstein Candy Treat Box

I glued on hair and bolts with  more cardstock.  (you could easily substitute craft foam)  I then drew on the mouth with a black fine tip sharpie. 

Making a Spider Treat Box

I cut a black circle out of cardstock for the spider body.  I than added the larger size eyes. It just seemed more fitting to me.  To make the spider legs, I used two pipe cleaners and folded them in half twice.  Folding it that way makes 4 equal size legs with each pipe cleaner.  

Spider treat box for Halloween party

I glued on the pipe cleaner legs using a hot glue gun. I tried to make sure they were evenly placed, and then allowed them to cool before trying to bend the legs.  

Mummy strips for Halloween treat box

I cut strips of white card stock to make the mummy. 

How to make a mummy treat box

The first step was to glue the eyes onto the lid of the box.  I then glued on the strips of paper so some of it overlapped.   I did not cut to size quite yet.  Each of the strips hung over the sides of the box. I allowed the glue to cool, then trimmed around the box so that paper was even.  

Halloween Candy treat box

I filled them with candy, and then had them pose for pictures.   These Halloween treat boxes are the perfect size to bring to those class parties, or really  to hand out at Halloween parties of any kind. 

If you are not able to find these mini storage boxes at the dollar store but still want to make this craft, I found the same boxes online at Amazon (these are affiliate links) 


  1. Very fun! Thanks for coming to party with us at Whimsy Wednesday!

    Smart! School {House}

  2. What cute treat boxes...I love the spider the best! Thanks for sharing at Gettin' Krafty With It!

  3. What really great ideas. Love the mummy.

  4. Hi! I am your newest follower and was hoping that you would stop by and follow me back!!


  5. Hi Pam, I’m Anne from Life on the Funny Farm (, and I’m visiting from the Pinteresting Party.

    These are fantastic, and they look so easy! What a great classroom gift.

    Anyway, thanks for posting this. I hope you can pop by my blog sometime to say hi…

  6. Cute, I love the little Frankenstein dude!

  7. So cute!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!!


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