21 Halloween Party Favor Ideas on HGTV :: The TomKat Studio

I am so excited to share the latest shoot we worked on for HGTV! It was so much fun to come up with 21 ideas for Halloween Party Favors. Many of the ideas involve candy and sweets of course, but I also came up with some other crafty projects that I hope you have  fun creating with your kids. The feature includes TONS of free printable designs and templates to help you recreate the projects that are showcased. Also, many of the materials and supplies used for the projects are available in our shop (full list at the end of the post). Here’s a peek at all of the ideas…

{1} Treat Cone
printable template/instructions: HGTV
supplies: 2.25″ circle punch
{2} Mini Jars filled with Candy Corn
printable tags: download on HGTV
supplies: glass jars, twine, 2″ scallop circle punch, cake stand
{3} Halloween Soda Bottles
printables striped paper + tags: download on HGTV
supplies: striped straws, twine, 2″ scallop circle punch
{4} Happy Halloween Candy Wrappers
printable candy wrappers: download on HGTV
{5} Follow the Ball Game
supplies: white paper ice cream bowls, gumballs
{6} Take Home Frames
printable frame insert: download on HGTV
{7} Spooky Bat Treat Clips
printable halloween bat designs: download on HGTV
supplies: mini clothespins, gumballs
{8} Halloween Lollipops
printable tag designs: download on HGTV
supplies: 2.25″ circle punch
{9} Gumball + Candy Corn Tubes
printable flag designs: download on HGTV
supplies: candy tubes, gumballs
{10} Rocky Candy Treats
printable striped paper: download on HGTV
{11} Mini Popcorn Cups
supplies: mini white favor boxes, baking cups, halloween dimensional stickers, cake stand
{12} Candy Corn Gumball Necklace
instructions here
supplies: gumballs
{13} Halloween Favor Boxes
printable party circles: download on HGTV
{14} Jack-O-Lantern + Ghost Mason Jars
printable striped paper and labels: download on HGTV
supplies: glass clings, twine, fancy sign punch
{15} Chevron Cookie Treat Bags
printable labels: download on HGTV
supplies: chevron bags, twine, fancy sign punch
{16} Halloween Fabric Treat Bags
supplies: fabric bags
{17}  Cupcakes to Go
printable labels: download on HGTV
supplies: brown cupcake liners, white paper bowls, cake stand
{18} Spooky Marshmallow Pops
supplies: bone sprinkles, 6″ sticks
{19/20} Paper Halloween Crowns
instructions/printables: download on HGTV
{21} Jack-O-Lantern Photo Props
printable designs: download on HGTV
supplies: striped straws

For the full feature and photos, click here to visit HGTV!

Happy Halloween Crafting! 

Which of the above is your favorite idea?

I would love to hear in the comments below!

Comments

  1. 8

    Tammy says

    I love the treat cones – very cute! I know striped paper straws are all the rage now, but I have to say, they taste HORRIBLE when you drink from them! None of the little girls at my daughter’s party wanted to drink their lemonade! :( Disappointing.

    • 9

      Tina Dahl says

      Tammy-I have not heard that yet….I have purchased a ton of paper straws so I am curious to try them out to see if they alter the taste…what a bummer :(

  2. 10

    says

    Fantastic photos. I think the orange rock candy and the Halloween labels on the orange soda really stand out as treats the kids will love but also have a bit of nostalgic appeal to the adults.

  3. 14

    Tina Dahl says

    Oh, and I love the old school Kodak 110 camera used as a prop in photo #6. We had one of those when I was a kid….ahhh memories!

  4. 15

    says

    I just came across your blog and i love it! I love the orange rock candy, very fun. I reallt loved the gumball tubes, they are always a hit at any party. I love parties, i have a great site on etsy all about party printables. Stop by sometime. Yellowlemons at etsy.

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