A Halloween party favor is a cute and fun way to make your guests feel special and get into the spirit of a Halloween party.
I saw a really cute Halloween party invitation idea on the Martha Stewart website a couple of years ago.
Unfortunately, I don't think it's available for sale any longer, but the idea was quite clever so I wanted to share it with you anyway.
Basically, each invitation was a little black cardboard box with a white resin finger inside. Eerie!
A black ribbon was tied around the finger and the details of the Halloween party - time, place, etc., were written inside the lid of the box.
I was thinking this idea would be great with a little twist.
How about chocolate? :)
Wouldn't it be great to send a chocolate finger rather than a resin one?
Sadly, I haven't been able to locate a chocolate mold that was just a solid "finger."
I did, however, find a chocolate covered pretzel mold that was the shape of a molded skeleton finger. That would work perfectly. ;)
You can pick up the mold right here at Candyland Crafts along with all the chocolate, cello bags, etc, you might need to create your invitations or Halloween party favors.
Maybe you can come up with another way of creating your own version of this clever idea. If you do, please show it to us or at least give us the details so others can use the idea too.
Here are some more party favor ideas that you might like to try...
Have you ever used a personalized candy bar as a custom party favor? They're great!
You can purchase the wrappers already made up personalized with your message. You can also choose to get them with or without the candy bars. It's probably cheaper in most cases buy the wrappers online and the candy bars locally and then attach the wrappers yourself.
If you are a bit more adventurous, you can easily make your own Halloween chocolate bars. You can make personalized chocolate bars, not just for Halloween, but for any occasion all year. Just order and download the easy to use software to do it yourself at one of the following...
They each have their strengths and weaknesses, so check them out and see which option suits you best. I purchased the program myself so now I can print my own party favors any time I want.
There are all kinds of simple and adorable items that you can make as a
Halloween favor. I'll list a couple here, but you can find even more
fun ideas on my easy Halloween recipes for kids page.
Ghost Lollipop Favor
This is a very quick and easy ghost lollipop party favor. What you'll need:
Simply drape two tissues over the sucker and then secure with your choice of ribbon. Draw two eyes and a ghostly mouth.
Hand Popcorn Favor
For a healthier party favor snack that will put a smile on every kid's face try this hand specter as haunting Halloween treat.
one candy corn in each finger of the gloves point facing down.
Carefully fill with popcorn and secure the wrist with a string, ribbon,
or twist tie.
You can even make it a bit more spooky by adding a plastic spider or skull ring to one of the fingers.
Marshmallow Frankenstein Party Favor
The kids will love these yummy Frankenstein monsters!
*This recipe and photo is from Family Corner.
What do you think? Cute and clever, isn't it?! For another way to make
similar ghosts, pumpkins, mummy's and Frankenstein's for party favors
check out the easy Halloween recipes for kids.
I'd love to see what you've come up with for your Halloween party favor. If you make one of these, find a different creation, or buy something special, please take a minute to share it with us!
Do you have an Halloween recipe or gift idea that you picked up somewhere along the way? Share it with the rest of us! If you've actually made it, go ahead and show off. We'd love to see your work.
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