Halloween Candy Crate Treat Holder

Anything that holds candy can be super adorable, even when it’s for the spookiest holiday!
I was looking for a simple treat holder for trick-or-treaters when I created this. We get a lot of kids and wanted something quick and easy, yet cute!
halloween treat holder
It’s also quick enough to make multiple of these candy crates, making them a good idea for a teacher to make for their students, a “room parent,” or anyone who wants to make something cute for the candy-lovers in their life!
Check out my easy tutorial for this halloween candy crate below.

Supplies:


And your favorite Candy, of course! I lived in Hershey, PA for a few years, so of course the kisses (wrapped in orange foil) went into the treat bag!!

Just a few easy steps:

  1. Create the Crate.
    • Use the Wood crate framelit to cut two pieces out from the wood textures paper. I was able to cut both from a single sheet of 6″x6″.
    • Fold and Glue together.
  2. Use the Cat Punch with a black cardstock scrap for your black cat.
    • Glue to the front of your crate.
  3. Stamp the moon from Wood Words in Mango Melody on a white cardstock scrap.
    • Die cut using the wood crate framelit set.
    • Glue to the front of your crate.
  4. Stamp a sentiment for your tag on a white cardstock scrap using Mango Melody ink.
    • Cut out using the wood crate framelit set.
  5. Fill the bag with candy and tie it up 12″ of your with your bakers twine.
    • Don’t forget to tie your tag onto it!

halloween treat holders
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With this project, I’m playing along with the following challenges:

If you love halloween as much as I do, why not make a few fabulous halloween cards to send, too? These use the Stampin Up Beautiful You set, and are perfect for sending to your “ghoul-friends!”
Happy Crafting!

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14 Responses

  1. IKE says:

    How Furr-bulous ! I adore the lovely little candy crates. Such a brilliant idea 🙂
    Thank you for purring along to play at SUYP Cats Challenges.
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  2. This is darling and your instructions are perfect! Thanks so much for joining our Papercraft Business October 2018 Challenge. Good luck and I hope we see you again for our next challenge.
    Aletha Jane
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  3. afmmac says:

    WOW, delightful. I want to come trick or treat at your house. So glad you joined us at Die Cut Divas.

  4. tracey mowbray says:

    very cute project.
    thanks for joining us at sparkles
    dt tracey

  5. Lesli says:

    Oh my goodness – I love this little crate, I can not imagine making that many !! you are a trooper!! Thank you for sharing it with us at Papercraft Business Challenge.

  6. papertokens says:

    Thanks Laura for sharing this at Papercraft Business Challenge!
    My husband and I live in pretty busy neighborhoods but we never get trick or treaters.
    This is such a nifty container to house the treats.
    Ashley Wells @ Proud PB DT Member
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    • Thank you, Ashley! We recently moved from an area where we got maybe half a dozen trick or treaters to a new place with “over a hundred” as the neighbors tell us, so I’m a bit worried! 😂 I’m glad you like it!

  7. Hi Laura,
    Such an awesome idea for trick treaters. Great job. We don’t get many knocking on the door (Australia) but growing up in the UK it was such a fun thing to do as a child. Love the way you set out your instructions. Very easy to read & follow. Thank you for participating in our papercraft challenge & we hope you will join us again in the next one 🙂
    XO Lisa @ Papercraft Business
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    • Hi Lisa! Trick-or-treating as a kid is a lot of fun, but now as adults it’s fun to dress up the candy, right? I’m so glad you were able to experience it while you grew up in the UK, but I didn’t know how uncommon it was in Australia 🙁 Leaving the bags on co-workers desks works, too. Thank you for your comment, and I look forward to the next papercraft challenge.

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