Before you know it your annual Halloween party will be here and you’ll be scrambling to come up with some treats to give all the little witches and goblins. Don’t worry, I’m here to help you with these super easy Halloween favor jars! Easily made and customized with free Halloween Printables, these favors will be a hit at your next party!
Favor Jars with Free Halloween Printables Supplies:
- David Tutera Glass Jars
- Candy in Coordinating Colors
- Darice Hercules 2-Sided Tape
- Free Halloween Printables Jar Labels
Step 1. Fill each jar with appropriately colored Sixlets. I would suggest sticking with one color if you only need a few or do all three if your party is larger. The bags are definitely big enough to fill at least a dozen of these small jars with a little left over for you to sneak in your mouth!
Step 2. Trim the Free Halloween Printables Jar Labels to size and apply a thin strip of Hercules 2-Sided Tape to the back. Remove protective backing from tape, wrap around the jars, and press securely to adhere. You could also add a strip of tape between the paper wrapper and jar if the labels keep sliding off. Can we just take a moment to appreciate how awesome Darice’s Hercules tape is? I absolutely swear by it and consider it to be one of my crafting must-have’s!
And that’s it, your Easy Halloween Favor Jars are ready to go! Since these glass jars are only 2.5″ tall, they are the perfect size to keep the kids’ sugar levels in a reasonable range. Of course, you can fill them with any candies you prefer (although I’m quite partial to Sixlets!) Hope you enjoy these favors and have a wonderful Halloween party!
Another fun project using these David Tutera glass jars are these lace etched diy party favors that are perfect for any occasion!
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