Halloween Decorations

24 Simple and Creative Halloween Party Favors

See suggestions for cheap and creative party favors to please on Halloween:

Halloween is approaching, and many people have already started preparations for a big party. You need to plan the menu, the costumes, the decor, and, of course, the Halloween party favors. Check out a selection of creative and easy-to-make treats to present to guests.

There are plenty of party favors that go with Halloween and don’t weigh on the budget. You can, for example, bet on edible “goodies” and surprise everyone with themed packaging. Even recycling ideas serve to create unforgettable treats.

We’ve selected 24 ideas for Halloween party favors for you to be inspired and have an unforgettable Halloween in the best “do it yourself” style. Look:

1 – Spider lollipops

With bits of wire, chenille yarn, and a black garbage bag, you can turn lollipops into scary spiders.

2 – Mason Jars for Halloween

The Mason Jars are here to stay. These glass jars are customized to decorate the home or give away. An interesting tip is to paint the package with gray paint and decorate it with cobwebs.

3 – Witch socks

Another Halloween party idea is witch socks. It would help if you bought a few striped models, preferably in black and purple or black and green, and distribute them to your guests. Ah! Don’t forget to print custom labels to make the little gifts cute.

4 – Witch’s brooms

Do you know the traditional candy bags? They can be replaced by tiny witches’ brooms made with kraft paper bags and blunt pencils. Look at the image above and get inspired.

5 – Mini pumpkins with sweets

On Halloween night, surprise the kids with little pumpkins made from orange paper and filled with treats. Each bag in this can also have small toys.

6 – Monster Pencil

One way to get the kids in the mood for Halloween is by giving them monster pencils. The little monsters at the end of each pencil are made with pompoms and plastic eyes.

7 – Tin can ghosts

Tomato sauce cans, which would otherwise be thrown away, can turn into amazing ghosts. To get this result, paint the packages with white spray paint and glue on wide-open eyes. Inside each can, you can add candy.

8 – Witch’s Survival Kit

Another excellent souvenir idea is the Witch Survival Kit. Inside a small plastic cauldron, you can put striped socks, a green mud mask, chocolates, nail polish, nail file, among other items.

9 – Chocolate skull lollipop

Chocolates are welcome on any occasion, including October 31st. Besides being delicious, this sweet has everything to do with the Halloween mood.

10 – Succulent in pumpkin

Is your Halloween party audience an adult? So a good souvenir suggestion is a succulent plant inside a Halloween pumpkin. Remember to take great care when sculpting the face.

11– Succulent in a skull-shaped cup

And speaking of succulents, here’s another great idea: use skull-shaped glass cups to grow these tiny plants and surprise guests with a lot of creativity. A dose of green never hurts.

12 – Biscuit mix

If you prefer, you can use the glass jars with screw tops to place the ingredients for a delicious biscuit. Thus, the guest can prepare the recipe at home and never forget about your Halloween party.

13 – Orange soda

With Halloween pumpkins as a reference, customize the orange soda bottles. The idea is simple, cheap, and has everything to make it a hit.

14 – Halloween Hand

Treats can be distributed in different ways, such as inside surgical gloves. This idea is scary, but it’s an excellent suggestion for a cheap and straightforward Halloween party favor.

15 – Slime Monsters

We already teach here how to make slime at home. Now you need to adapt the idea to the Halloween context. An interesting tip is to place the jelly inside a small glass jar, customized with the features of a monster. Materials such as plastic eyes and colored paper can be beneficial in this project.

16 – Chocolate coated apples

The apple can get delicious chocolate icing and features of a Halloween character, such as a monster or mummy. Use your creativity when decorating the candy!

17 – Witch’s foot with Oreo cookies

Gather ten Oreo cookies into a plastic bag. Then, use black cardboard to make a kind of boot, which will serve as packaging for this souvenir. Finish with a pretty ribbon.

18 – Cupcakes

The cupcake is a trend at all parties, including Halloween celebrations. In addition to being very tasty, it makes head table decor even more themed. The cookies in the image below were decorated with worms, spiders, and Oreo bran.

19 – Little bats with candy

Using black cardboard and plastic eyes, you can make small bats at home, which serve as packaging for Halloween treats.

20 – Witch’s hat with ice cream cone

The exciting idea is to give children a witch’s hat made with an ice cream cone. Inside each copy, it is worth putting several small candies. Finally, cover the cone with a chocolate chip cookie.

21– Colored cups with treats

Bat, Pumpkin, and Frankenstein are just a few references incorporated into Halloween party favors. One suggestion is to turn black, orange, and green paper cups into these characters.

22 – Ghost Lollipop

Use a paper coffee filter to wrap the Lollipop and make it look like a ghost. Don’t forget to do the character’s features with a black pen. Complete the job by tying a thin ribbon.

23 – Magnet with ice cream sticks

Many teachers are looking for simple Halloween party ideas to develop with students in the classroom. If you’re one of them, consider using ice cream sticks to play the main Halloween characters. Behind each piece, glue a magnet and then encourage the children to decorate their home refrigerators.

24 – Mummies with toilet paper rolls

When it’s time to celebrate Halloween at school, mobilize the children to make tiny mummies out of toilet paper rolls, plastic eyes, and gauze, these jobs can work as a pencil holders.