Candy Halloween Party
Let your sweet tooth rule with our happy-go-lucky Halloween party. Kids of all ages will love the fun stripes, polka dots, and piles of candy we offer instead of Halloween's usual spooky-scary themes.
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Halloween Party Idea: Candy Cup Display
Create an adorable Halloween centerpiece with candy, paper bake cups, and a cake stand. Our downloadable colorful toppers inject Halloween phrases into your decor, while a candy-decked pumpkin serves as a focal point.
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Halloween Party Idea: Invitations
Surprise your favorite Halloween fans with an invite to "a frightfully sweet celebration." Print the invitations onto white cardstock; use scissors or a paper cutter to trim along the black-ruled outline. Write text. Print the address labels onto paper; trim. Glue to your envelopes.
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Halloween Party Decoration: Patterned Pumpkins
Create a crowd of pumpkins dressed for the festivities in orange, black, and white paint. Display the painted orbs on cake stands lined with black licorice rolls.
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Halloween Party Food: Jack-o'-Lantern Sodas
Stock the food station with orange sodas decorated with carved-pumpkin facial features. Cut out the faces using our free patterns and black adhesive vinyl.
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Halloween Party Food: Candy Buffet
Make your candy jars even cuter by hanging our stylish tags. Simply write each type of candy on the tag and attach with orange, white, or black ribbon.
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Halloween Party Decoration: Candy-Decorated Pumpkins
Clever candy-decorated pumpkins transform a buffet-table soda station into a fun-filled focal point. Simply hot-glue various black, orange, and white candies onto pumpkins instead of carving.
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Halloween Party Food: Popcorn Cones
For treats the kids can eat while playing, serve popcorn (or kettle corn or caramel corn!) in paper cones made from polka-dot bags. Glue on candies and ribbon for extra pizzazz.
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Halloween Party Decoration: Candy Wreath
Tempt your guests with an adorable wreath made just for your party! Hot-glue colored candies in Halloween colors to a foam wreath form; hang with a ribbon.
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Halloween Party Food: Wrapped Chocolate Bars
Upgrade plain chocolate bars with our wicked-cool wrappers for a fun twist on store-bought treats. Just print, trim, wrap, and secure with double-stick tape.
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Even your apples can get dressed up for Halloween fun. Give your favorite fall fruit a party persona with a coating of caramel or chocolate topped with a coating of candy.
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- 30 mins
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What's better to serve at a Halloween party for kids than their favorite snack? Ooey-gooey macaroni and cheese is always a crowd-pleaser, and the kids will love getting their own personal bowls.
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- 1 hr 20 mins
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Halloween Party Decoration: Buffet Table
Tempt your guests with a bountiful buffet of Halloween candy -- chocolate bars, candy corn, jelly rings, and more! For a buffet table that reflects the theme, coordinate your patterned pumpkins with holiday treats and a banner made from purchased treat bags.
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Halloween Party Idea: Take-Home Treats
Send your Halloween party guests home with paper pumpkins that are so easy to make. Just fill orange-and-white patterned paper bags with candy, and secure the tops with green washi tape.
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