Halloween DIY Treat Boxes
Create these fun Treat Boxes for Halloween! Use a Sharpie marker to add Halloween doodles before filling them with sweets and treats!
Hello Crafty Friends! These cute Halloween boxes are easy to make and the perfect size for small treats and sweets! Grab a pack of mini boxes and a Sharpie marker and you’re ready to craft! I found these Mini Gift Boxes on Amazon. They have a really pretty sheen to them which instantly makes them feel special.
These boxes can be used for so many occasions but are easily transformed for Halloween with doodles and patterns. Keep the designs simple! No need to be super fancy. You can find lots of ideas by Google searching “Halloween Doodles”. Tie them closed with a fun ribbon or Baker’s Twine and they are ready to be gifted!
DIY Halloween Mini Treat Boxes
- Mini boxes! I found these fun Mini Gift Boxes on Amazon!
- Sharpie Markers – fine point works best!
- Black and White Baker’s Twine, ribbon or yarn
Step by Step Tutorial
Step One: Draw Halloween designs on the boxes using Sharpie! For my boxes, I drew the same picture on the front and back of the box. Some fun ideas are a ghost, pumpkin, spider, witch, cat, broom, moon, cauldron, bat, and candy corn. Keep it simple and don’t worry about being too fancy!
After I drew my main design on the front and back of the the box, I added a fun pattern to each of the sides. Stripes, diagonal lines, polka dots or swirls are all fun options.
For the spider boxes I added a web! Start by drawing a plus sign, then an “X”. Then connect those lines with little swoops creating a web.
Step Two: Assemble the boxes! Assemble the boxes and add the word “BOO!” on the inside of the lid using the Sharpie marker.
Step Three: Fill with fun Halloween treats! These boxes can hold small candies and cute Halloween trinkets. I filled mine with spider rings, Halloween-themed erasers and chocolate Kiss candies.
Add a name on top with the Sharpie Marker to easily and quickly personalize each box!
Yay! These boxes are so fun and simple to make! Remember to keep things simple and don’t stress about making the most fancy Halloween artwork. I love making Halloween boxes! Here are a few of my other favorites that you can check out :)