A list of creative DIY Halloween party favors to pass out at school or Halloween party that are easy to make. Lots of these Halloween party favor ideas come with free printables for added convenience!
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Learn how to DIY these easy Halloween party favors with recipes, instructional tutorials, free printables, inspirational photos, and budget-friendly Halloween party favors and goodies supplies.
Lots of fun and cute Halloween treat ideas for toddlers, kids, teens, and adults
Halloween Party Favors Supplies
In a pinch for time? Find our full Halloween party favors supplies list on Amazon*, or check out these supplies to spruce up your holiday goodies.
Some green tissue paper, pipe cleaners, ribbon, and Sharpie are all you need to make this super cute Halloween treat. (via Fun Loving Families)
Spider Web Cotton Candy
Add a plastic spider ring with some white cotton candy and use the free printable topper to make this favor. (via Tater Tots and Jello)
This easy Halloween favor comes with a free Have a Rockin’ Halloween printable. (via Simple as That Blog)
Bugs and Kisses
This one just requires spider rings and Hershey kisses. Well, that and the free printable topper as well. (via Mama Cheaps)
Cookies and Baked Desserts Favors
Witches Foot Cookies
Stack some Oreos in this 3D boot, which you can make from the free template and instructions on that post. (via A Thrifty Mom)
These peanut butter cup cookies come with 3 different free printable designs: Spookies, Watch Yo’ Snacks, and Happy Halloween. (via Design Eat Repeat)
Another free printable for these graham cracker, Ghost marshmallow Peeps, and Hershey’s chocolate party favor. (via Hip 2 Save)
This favor uses prepackaged brownies. Just add the eyes and wings. (via The Keeper of the Cheerios)
Find a set of 4 printables for the following favor ideas:
- Monster scabs (Chex cereal or broken pretzels)
- Ghost poop (marshmallows)
- Pumpkin teeth (candy corn)
- Witches warts (chocolate chips)
(via The Typical Mom)
A sweet and savory mix of candy, pretzels, and cashews. This too comes with a free printable. (via Living Locurto)
Bag of Bones
A simple favor with white chocolate covered pretzels and free printable. (via Glued to My Crafts Blog)
These would make for more healthy Halloween treats.
Add some green grapes to a clear cup, decorate with a Sharpie and done. (via Sparkles to Sprinkles)
Black pipe cleaners and oogly eyes make up this funny-looking spider. (via Pin image)
This one would be the perfect favor to give to your kid’s teacher. Choose from a Have a Boo-tiful Halloween or An Apple a Day Keeps the Goblins Away printable. (via The Yummy Life)
Favors for Teens and Adults
These Halloween party favors would also be appropriate for a wedding, baby shower, or work party too.
Chai Tea Witches Brew
Put some tea mix in a small jar, add a stick of cinnamon, and use the free printable to create this party favor. (via Momtastic)
Draw on the candle vessels and you’re done. You can also do green for Frankenstein or white for ghosts. (via The Things She Makes)
Just affix these free printable labels to the lip balm container and voila, party favor done. (via Thirty Handmade Days)
Smell My Feet
Use the free printable to put together a pedicure kit, which can include nail polish, lotion, foot scrub, and/or nail file, among other foot pampering things. (via Sisters Suitcase Blog)
These non-edible favors are perfect to pass out as school treats, since it means you don’t have to worry about food allergies, spoilage, or giving out too much sugar to the other children in your kid’s class.
This one’s got a free printable to make your favor ex-straw special. (via It’s Always Autumn)
A little light for Halloween night will help kiddies stay safe when they go trick-or-treating. (via We R Memory Keepers)
Pencil Witch Broom
A fun way to dress up an otherwise plain writing utensil. (via Glued to My Crafts)
Oogly eyes and black paper cut in the shape of the mouth turn the bottle into a (not-so) scary ghost! (via Condo Blues)
Play Doh Monster Kit
Make your own monster kit with play doh, googly eyes, and pipe cleaners. Comes with a free printable topper. (via The Simply Crafted Life)
What kid doesn’t love slime? Here’s a tutorial for three different kinds: pumpkin, ghost, and Frankenstein. (via The Best Ideas for Kids)
If you’re looking for DIY Halloween party favor ideas, these easy and creative DIY Halloween goodies will make for a frighteningly simple gift to pass out for school, to teachers, or at a party, baby shower, or wedding.
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