These Cricut Print Then Cut DIY Halloween Treats are the perfect favor for Halloween parties and more. Make some to hand out for Halloween school treats, to give to co-workers (adults like Halloween and candy too!), or use for trick or treat candy. This easy DIY Halloween treat will be the talk of your neighborhood this Halloween!
Keep reading for how to make this fun Cricut craft project and add fun party favors for your Halloween parties or for Trick or Treats!
If you don’t have a Cricut machine, you can still print the PDF included in the zip file… you will just need to cut each image by hand. A Cricut machine will make things go much faster!
These Halloween Candy Treat Favors are so easy to make that your kids can help make them! These treats are so much better than using a DIY Halloween treat bag because you can fit one or more treats inside each favor (my daughter managed to squeeze 3 fun size candy bars into one of these!). She can’t wait to hand these out to her friends as Halloween treats for school.
The free printable file includes 3 different Halloween characters:
- 1 Dracula
- 1 Witch
- 1 Pumpkin man
How to make the Fun Halloween Treats Printable:
- Cricut Explore
- SVG file (get it free below or design your own)
- Heavy White Cardstock (I used 110 lb weight)
- Double-sided Tape
- Tacky Glue
- Halloween Candy (I used fun-sized candy bars)
- Gather supplies and watch the video below for more info.
- Download the SVG file and upload to Cricut Design Space. Make sure you save the images as print files.
- Size the image according to the size of your candy. Mine is 5.8 x 6.7.
- Use your machine to cut all the images. There are a front and back for each character.
- Once the front and the back are cut, you need to glue the front and the back together.
- After gluing, attach a piece of candy using double-sided tape to the middle.
- Wrap the “arms” around the candy as if the character is holding it and use double-sided tape to secure the arms together.
- Repeat the process for each character.
Learning how to print then cut on Cricut is really easy once you get the hang of it. I love using Cricut Design Space print then cut feature. If you don’t have a Cricut Access Membership, I highly recommend it. I’ve had a Cricut Access Membership for years and it’s definitely worth the cost for all the benefits!
Did you make these Halloween treats? I would love to see yours! Send me a picture on Facebook, Instagram, or email and I’ll share with my followers 🙂
Watch the How-To Video…
Don’t forget to grab these Printable Halloween Decorations!
Grab the Free SVG File!
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