DIY Teddy Bear Halloween Treat Boxes (with Templates)

DIY Teddy Bear Halloween Treat Boxes (with Templates)
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I love Halloween as much as anybody else, but I always like the “cute” side of it (pumpkins, fun costumes, cartoony ghosts) aspects of it rather than the scary/gory/haunted house element.

And, of course, the candy.

If you’re looking for a cute-not-scary way to pack up your candy, these teddy bear box templates are perfect for you.

Just print out on cardstock, fill, and fold, and — Ta-da! You’ve got adorable little treat packages for party favors and trick-or-treaters.

 

Halloween Goodie Bag Fillers

Looking for treats instead of — or in addition to — candy?

Little toys that glow in the dark, like wands and rings, are cheap and easy. (Not to mention helpful to have when you’re trick-or-treating.

There are also several goodie bag fillers over on Amazon that can fill the bill, from wind-up toys to plastic spiders to mini orange Slinkies.

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Treat Box Instructions

  1. Print all four pages out on card stock paper.
  2. Halloween treat box templates

     

  3. Using a scoring tool and a ruler, create a crease along all dotted lines. Press down hard and score each line 2 – 3 times.

    Halloween candy bag template and ruler

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  5. Cut out the card. Make sure to cut out the small thumb arches, too.

    Cutting out treat bag template

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  7. Fold the box in half, along the dotted crease in the middle.

    Halloween box Folded in half

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  9. Fold the tab on the right side of the card and glue in place. Allow to dry.

    Side tabs of box folded

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  11. Using your fingers, buckle the card to open it at each end.

    Buckle card to open

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  13. Fold the flap with the thumb arch in first, carefully creasing along the dotted arch.

    First in first treat box flap

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  15. Fold the other tab over the first one.

    Fold in other box flap

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  17. Tape the bottom of the box shut. (Optional)
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  19. Fill your treat box with candy or other treats.

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  21. Finally, fold the top of the box shut, and your treat box is ready to go!

    Finished Halloween treat box

 


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DIY Halloween treat box



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