If you are here, you might have totally forgotten to get your Halloween party favors together. And guess what, you are not alone!
Sometimes, we just have to take the easy and quick route: getting store-bought goodies.
They may not look Halloween-esque enough, so we have to make them look more festive. Don’t worry, it’s pretty simple. We will just use printables and won’t take more than five minutes!
These Halloween treats come in handy for trick-or-treaters, potluck gifts, or class parties.
Halloween Favor Bags
To create all these favor bags, I used clear plastic bags, filled them with the treats, and closed them with clothespins.
Then, I added the spooky touch by sticking these Halloween Printable Labels on top of the clothespin.
I love these labels as they can be used as both: gift tags and bag toppers.
All of them come in 3 different sizes so you can use the one that fits your treats better.
And let’s not forget that they also include a version that reads Happy Halloween as well.
I used marshmallows for the ghost poop. You can also use cheese balls or popcorn for a healthier option.
You can use candy fangs like I did, or use vampire plastic fangs for a non-candy Halloween gift.
If you want to give out something more useful, a toothbrush is a great idea!
For the pumpkin seeds, I used cheese balls, but candy corn is also a popular choice to pair with these tags.
To create these spider legs, I used pretzels covered with dark chocolate. It is a healthier idea that I’m sure your kids will love.
For the skeleton bones, I did the same as with the spider legs but used white chocolate instead. You can also use bone-shaped gummies or cheese sticks.
The witch warts bags can be filled with chocolate chips, colorful Hershey’s kisses, Rice Krispies cereal, green chocolate-covered popcorn, or gumballs.
I used gummies for the zombie guts, you can get creative and use different shapes and sizes.
Also, you can use these labels to give out cinnamon rolls for a less common Halloween favor.
All these printables can also be used as food labels if you are hosting a party. I used the black cat ones next to some oreo cookies treats.
And if you don’t want to give out candies this Halloween, you can opt for bubbles.
They are fun for kids, and you can make them look spooky-cute with these Cauldron Tags.
Halloween Tags Bundle
There you have it!
Nine simple last-minute treats that you can hand out on your Halloween celebrations. All using just printable labels.
Get the label that you love the most to Halloween-ify any favor that you have in mind!
And if you want to save big, get the bundle that includes all of the labels featured in this post.
*Please remember that these printables are for personal use only. You may not sell, share, or distribute the files.