‘Tis the season for treats! The only thing that can make Halloween candy even sweeter is a creative way to present it to your favorite little ghouls. Today three Hallmark artists are showing us how to make giving away Halloween candy even more fun…and sharing their spooky treat presenters with free printables! Take it away, ladies…
Give a shiver along with your chocolate kisses with some cute cut-out spiders.
And add sweet mystery with our Halloween mini candy bar wrap-arounds.
“I wanted to make a fun and easy way to decorate tables for my 4-year-old Olive’s preschool Halloween party. The mini candy bars and the spiders will be placed around the tables for the kids to take home with them,” says Gina R., Hallmark humor card designer.
Plain white candy bags put the boo in booring. Class ’em up with this print-and-stick label that doubles as a bag closure.
Designer Ashley H. says, “I try to make things my kids would be happy to hand out. The sweet illustrations are something I knew they would love!”
And, finally, the good times don’t have to stop when the candy is gone. Hallmark designer Megan K. put together a Halloween coloring kit that dresses up a candy box with future fun, complete with bright Crayola crayons.
“I am more than guilty of having a huge sweet tooth. I will devour as much Halloween candy as possible during the month of October. (And November—let’s be honest.) However, when it comes to little ones having a great Halloween, it is possible to have too many sweets. I am a fan of giving those little fingers something creative to do before they go into sugar overload,” says Megan K., Hallmark Gold Crown retail designer.
What’s your favorite Halloween candy to give away (or eat)?