I am so excited to share this mini Halloween party with you today! These printables are geared towards kids, and it was so much fun to create. My daughter loved helping me set up, and now she won’t drink out of a water bottle unless it has a label on it and comes with a stripey straw. This printable Halloween collection was designed with Chloe in mind. Now that she’s in preschool, and her birthday falls around Halloween, I wanted to be able to create something really fun and colorful so I could package treats in a way that would appeal to kids. I set up a mini display, but these printables can be used in a variety of ways and for kids of all ages.
2.5″ x 1.5″ mini chocolate wraps
8.1875″ x 1.375″ water bottle labels I discovered that this size label perfectly fits on both Target and Giant Eagle brand water
8″ x 2″ water bottle labels In case you have a different water bottle, this is another popular size!
I purchased almost all of my props from Target, though some I already had at home. The glitter pumpkins, chocolate candy and pumpkin beaker candy are all from Target. I used the 8.1875″x1.375″ water bottle labels and wrapped them around water bottles that I purchased from Giant Eagle. The stripey straws came from Etsy and are something I already had on hand. Lastly, the favor boxes I got on clearance at Michaels!
The labels from onlinelabels.com come pre-scored, so there isn’t any need for cutting and peeling!
We do let Chloe have chocolate candy from time to time, but in small quantities. I don’t feel comfortable passing out chocolate at her preschool, so instead of wrapping the chocolate labels on mini candy bars, I plan on putting some Monster Munch in a small glassine bag and using the labels as a favor tag instead.
My Monster Munch isn’t the traditional sweet popcorn! For the kids, I combine Chex Rice, Shredded Wheat, Cheerios, raisins (plain or yogurt covered), mini chocolate chips OR plain m&ms (sparingly!). This is a very quick, easy recipe that can be changed based on your needs, children’s allergies and the kids’ ages.
Will you be passing out Halloween treats this year to your child’s class?