These labels would work well for any Halloween event that you might be hosting, so I thought I would share them with you today for Fun Friday! It isn't too early to start planning for the Halloween party you might be hosting. Some people make Halloween night a block party where neighbors get together with fire pits in the front yard and hand out their treats from tables in the front yard. These free printables will work in any situation to add just a little more fun to the event.
- Eye or newt on mini M & M packages. Any round candy would be perfect.
- Shrunken Pumpkin Heads; Obviously mini pumpkin candies
- Witch's Fingers; I found this candy at Target! You will have to find these in the store, but they also have a tone of other varieties that you can buy online. If you want to make Witch Fingers, you could make dipped pretzels and call them that.
- Spider Eyeballs; I gave you the directions for the spider candy dish on this post. I used Hershey Kisses that are special only at Target that are perfect for this label.
- Vampire Fangs; I found gummy fangs at Target. They are also in store.
- Owl Pellets; I filled my owl jar with Candy Corn, or Autumn Mix.
- Bat Wings; We didn't have enough to put this together today, but we are going to use Air Heads for this label!
- Witch's Brew; We had a bowl of assorted mini candy bars for this label. But, this would also work well with punch or on juice boxes or bottles.
- Zombie Brains; We used candies peanuts, but you need to beware of food allergies. Chocolate covered raisins could be a good alternative.
We used containers we had around the house, including mason jars and other candy dishes. The spider bowl and the colored jar came from Dollar Tree, where there are a myriad of choices for inexpensive treat holders! We used jute and burlap, (also from Dollar Tree), to tie everything together and to give an old, conjurers feel to the display. Some black roses and a giant spider help with the nuance. When we set up the real table we will have spooky lights as well, because of course, this won't be on our kitchen table, but out in a dark, spooky parking lot instead!
Have a great weekend!