28 DIY Halloween Party Favors
If you're having a Halloween party, giving your guests party favors can be a great way to make it memorable. These gifts are easy and cheap to make, and many of them can also be handed out to trick or treaters, given to friends or coworkers, or made into classroom gifts for your kid's class.
This fringy and fun treat bag from The Crafted Sparrow is a great gift for people of all ages.
Keychains make a great gift, especially these monstrously spooky ones from One Artsy Mama.
Halloween doesn't always have to be scary. These goody bags from The Sweetest Occasion add a fun and colorful touch to Halloween.
Kids are going to be eating lots of candy this Halloween, give them something with a little more substance with this mix from Smart Schoolhouse.
What kid (and adult, if we're being honest) doesn't love slime? This glittery monster slime from Eighteen 25 will keep everyone entertained this Halloween.
Treat boxes are a unique and exciting way to serve candy, especially these monster boxes from Tried and True.
Give your party guests a gift that is both a treat and an activity with this cookie making kit from Old Time Pottery.
This treat bag from I Heart Nap Time is adorable and easy to make for a fun way to give out candy this Halloween.
Glow sticks are a great way to make sure your kids stay lit up and safe on the dark night of Halloween. Give out this fun gift from One Little Project to make sure every kid has one!
This treat bag from Eighteen 25 is perfect for Halloween and can hold any kinds of candy you want to give away.
These rings from Silly Pearl are fun and spooky all at once. They will be an excellent accessory with all kinds of Halloween costumes!
Give your guests an accessory that they will love to wear with this pin from Consumer Crafts.
Opening one of these pumpkin boxes from Oh Happy Day is like opening an easter egg or breaking a pinata. Your guests will be excited to see what's inside.
Tell your loved ones how you feel about them in a creepy Halloween way with this Eye Love You necklace from Tried and True.
These candy favors from Evermine are easy to make but make Halloween candy so much more fun to eat.
You can use this paper treat bag from Lolly Jane to give out candy or to hold you kid's lunch. It can serve many purposes
This gift from Evermine might not be kid friendly, but it will be a treat that your adult guests are sure to love!
These candy bags from Make and Tell are the treat that bites back, perfect for all your favorite vampires.
Help your loved ones feel rejuvenated this Halloween with this sugar scrub from Smart Schoolhouse.
These gift bags from So Festive are incredibly easy to make and add a new layer of fun you Halloween candy.
These monster earrings from Eighteen 25 are cute and fun, perfect for Halloween, but they would still look great during the rest of the year.
These treat bags from Paper & Stitch are a much more fun way to serve candy than boring candy wrappers.
Test tubes are a creepy way to serve Halloween candy. These ones from DIY Candy will make your guests feel like they're snacking on dangerous chemicals.
Candy corn is such an iconic Halloween candy. Bring them into your party with these treat bags from The Country Chic Cottage.
This guide from Moms and Munchkins shows you how to put candy inside balloons. Popping the balloons to get the candy out is like having your own personal pinata.
This monster building kit from The Idea Room is a great way to entertain kids at Halloween parties and after Halloween is over.
These skull pins from Tried and True are so easy to make in just a few short steps, but they look like they've taken time and care to put together.
The bats will be out all night on Halloween, bring them into your home with these treat bags from Say Yes.