Can we all agree that everything is 1000x cuter when it’s mini? Unless it’s a giant bowl of ice-cream, I’d take a tray of adorable bite-sized treats any day. Because eating 20 mini-donuts is obviously wayyyy healthier than eating 1 large donut. It may be one of those jedi-mind tricks, but I’m telling ya’ – mini treats have a way of doing that to you.
Mini cupcakes, mini treat bags, mini Halloween candy boxes? Umm yes, I will take 5 of each. And then proceed to top them with more tiny paper treats because who wouldn’t want to receive a little cyclops party hat goer along with their box of sugary treats this Halloween?
These Halloween treat toppers are super easy to put together using the printable template I designed below, as you can cut them out, tape them together, attach the eyeball (which I’ve also included in the printable file), and then string through some bakers twine! I used a mini hole punch to punch two holes on each side of the party hats, but you could also use a needle and thread to string the twine through.
After filling the boxes with candy, I used a long strand of bakers twine to wrap around square treat boxes to tie them closed.
Attach a gift tag, stickers (I used cardboard thickers to spell out “BOO”), or simply draw fun Halloween shapes on the boxes with a black marker to give the boxes a little dimension. And that’s all! Using a Barbie-sized monster party hat & some cute string, you can embellish any of your miniature treats this Halloween!
White Paper // Scissors or Exacto Knife // Double Sided Tape or Tape Runner
Bakers Twine or String // Mini Square Kraft Treat Boxes // “Boo” Thickers
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