Kid-friendly favors you can make yourself.

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These cute favors, made from colorful bakery treat bags and plastic (or candy!) eyeballs, come together in just a few minutes. Use a black marker to draw a variety of expressions, then add gold paper clips to create hair or furrowed brows. Photo and idea from Design Eat Repeat. Get instructions here.
Design Eat Repeat

Whether you're hosting a Halloween bash or getting ready for trick-or-treaters, these Halloween treat bags are a sweet surprise. Most of these projects are easy enough to let the little ones help out, and each one can be made in minutes so you can whip up a bunch quickly. Halloween just wouldn't be Halloween without the candy, but these little treat bags keep the serving sizes small.

Design Eat Repeat

Monster Halloween Treat Bags

These cute favors, made from colorful bakery treat bags and plastic (or candy!) eyeballs, come together in just a few minutes. Use a black marker to draw a variety of expressions, then add gold paper clips to create hair or furrowed brows.

Photo and idea from Design Eat Repeat. Get instructions here.

Say Yes

Candy Corn Muslin Bags

This bold design may look complicated, but a few strips of tape ensure the kids will paint straight lines. Fill with an assortment of miniature treats, then pull the drawstring closed to form a candy-corn-shaped bag.

Photo and idea from Say Yes. Get instructions here.

Little Frills

Witch Broom Favors

Kids will love these broomstick treats, which are filled with packaged snacks and festive unsharpened pencils. Hand them out to Trick-or-Treaters, or bring them as favors to the kids’ classroom parties.

Photo and idea from Little Frills. Get instructions here.

Say Yes

Boo! Bags

Teach the kids to sew with this step-by-step tutorial, in which two pieces of felt are sewed together into a pouch. A piece of natural rope makes for sturdy handles.

Photo and idea from Say Yes. Get instructions here.

Pixels and Glue

Paper Treat Bags

These cellophane bags provide a sneak peak of what’s inside—yummy gummy candy the kids are sure to love. Add a festive name card for a personalized touch.

Photo and idea from Pixels & Glue. Get instructions here.

Alice and Lois

Stenciled Treat Bags

Printable Halloween templates make these muslin bags a breeze. The kids can choose their favorite shape—bats, spiders, witches, etc.—then fill them with candy or an assortment of toys.

Photo and idea from Alice & Lois. Get instructions here.

Tell Love and Party

Candy Corn Favor Pouches


Crafts by Amanda

Glitter Jack O’Lantern Treat Bags

What’s a holiday craft without some glitter and puffy paint? These bags are more friendly than spooky, making them ideal for younger kids.

Photo and idea from Crafts by Amanda. Get instructions here.