DIY Pumpkin Candy Holder

In Cooking & Craftingby Jen8 Comments

For a lot of families it’s the age-old Halloween related question, “Who gets left at home to pass out candy and who gets to  go trick or treating with the children?”

This discussion happens every year at my house. Does it happen at your house too?

How about this year you all go treat or treating?! Because today, I am sharing how to make this super cute DIY Pumpkin candy holder to treat any little ghouls and ghosts that come knocking at your door while you are out!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!



Making this candy holder is a snap. You need to start with a hollow (not squishy) plastic craft pumpkin.

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

 

Then using a pumpkin carving tool carve out a large oval shaped window on one side of the pumpkin.

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!



To cap off your pumpkin, grab this super cute printable sign I made HERE, and print it up.

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

Cut out the treat label and use a long bamboo stick to attach.

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!



Tape the label to the back of the pumpkin and you are done!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

Make this adorable DIY Pumpkin candy holder full of treats for all your #Halloween ghosts and ghouls!

 




Thanks for stopping in and have fun trick or treating!
Love,

Jen

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Comments

  1. This is amazing! It looks professional! I’m not sure I could carve it so cleanly, no matter the material. I love squishy material. I love this!

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