Make your own Halloween Treats
It is actually quite simple to make special and unique DIY Halloween treats for party favours or just as a special treat for your children.
I love to be crafty and creative when it comes to the holiday seasons. This year I am hosting a Halloween party for my family and friends and wanted to make some unusual party favours for my guests.
Scary Halloween Treats
It was easy to source some cheap champagne/wine glasses for this idea (You can use plastic beakers or cups for the Kids). We do not want Halloween to turn out spending the night in accident and emergency now do we?
How we did this!
I Shopped around and found some great Halloween themed sweets and filled the glasses up with these and that is how simple it really is.
We wrapped each of our Halloween glasses in clear cellophane, which I purchased from Hobby Craft for £4 a roll.
This allows you to see what is inside the glasses and yet gives it that professional looking finish.
To finish we added curled ribbon (I curled the ribbon using scissors), you can use any colours, which ever suits your party theme. For an extra special Halloween treat, add some scary looking decorations like plastic spiders and cobwebs.
These are a big favourite with the children and are very cheap and easy to make.
Take a skewer and start adding your choice of sweets, until the skewer is completely full apart from a couple of cm at each end. You will have to use soft sweets to allow the skewer to glide through them with ease.
Wrap the filled Halloween Skewers in cellophane wrap.
Tie curled ribbon around each end of the skewer not only to secure the cellophane wrap but also to add a bit of decoration to the treats.
You could also cover the sweets in strawberry source before you wrap them to make them look like they are dripping with blood (Now that is scary)
As above you can add further Halloween decorations which are in most stores and easy to find.
These are not only look great on the table but are an extra special treat for the guests to take home.
You can use this idea for any occasion and I have used this same idea at weddings, birthdays and Easter. Any questions please just ask.