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This DIY Halloween party kit has everything you need to decorate your Halloween bash! From water bottle labels to Frankenstein favor boxes you’ll have plenty of files to mix and match for a party design that’s all your own.
Decorations Ideas from Designer...
To add some color and decoration around the house, I took glasses and wrapped them with a strip of black card stock. Next I added a raffia tie around the middle and a favor tag cut out with a 2″ scalloped punch. Then I filled each glass with candy corn. I made three more to hold forks, knives and spoons.
More decor Ideas
In other parts of the room, I took clear glass vases and filled them with dried corn (coffee beans and dried white peas work well too), then added fake flowers from the craft store in bright fall colors. I taped a piece of orange carstock to the front, wrapped each vase with a 2″ black ribbon and then taped a craft square to the front
Decorating your water bottles.
Creating these themed water bottles was super simple. I just printed the PDF file onto full sheet label paper, cut out the three designs and placed them right on top of the original labels. If you don’t have full sheet label or sticker paper at home, try using nicer quality printer paper (like presentation paper) or even light weight card stock. Another way to decorate water bottles is to wrap them with black cardstock (approx. 2″ x 9″) then tie raffia around the middle and add a favor tag to the front. Or punch out a circle with your own message!
Favor Box Tips
Another easy favor/treat box! I just printed it out onto 80lb card stock, cut along the solid lines, scored along the dotted lines and then added a small strip of double sided tape to the flap to adhere the two edges. This was a favorite of my 5year old son so I will be cutting out 30 of them for his school Halloween party.
To decorate these cupcakes, I printed cupcake wrappers onto light weight card stock then wrapped them around the base of my cupcakes to see where I should tape them in the back . You can make the wrappers larger or smaller, depending on the size of your cupcakes. Once I had the correct size, I used double sided tape to adhere them in the back. Next, I took black card stock and folded two pieces into a fan. Then I glued both fan pieces together to make the textured black circle. On top of that, I glued on a cupcake topper. Then I inserted a lollipop stick (find them in the baking isle of your grocery store) in between the two pieces and stuck them into the cupcake