Welcome to another fun Team Creative Crafts blog hop. This month’s theme is Halloween party crafts. I love Halloween so I was super excited for this one. I decided to make a cute little felt Halloween party favor.
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I was inspired by my no sew Halloween mini pillows to make these Halloween party favors.
I love how the Halloween pillows look on my tier stand so I figured those as mini Halloween party favors would be perfect.This is also a perfect project for leftover felt or scrap iron-on pieces. As you can see that’s what I used to make mine. I started by cutting some felt into 3×3 inch squares. You will need 2 pieces for each Halloween party favor. Next, I used my hot glue gun to glue 3 sides together. Then I used my Cricut Joy to cut out some Cricut iron-on vinyl.I used my Cricut EasyPress Mini to adhere the iron-on to the felt.Then I just removed the iron-on carrier sheet.There you have it a cute mini felt Halloween party favor. Then you just have to fill them up with Halloween goodies. Even though the party favor is small it did fit quite a few things. It can easily fit a fun size candy or you can do what I did and add a mini yoyo, vampire teeth, a sticker, a temporary tattoo, and a spider ring. I think that their mini size makes these look so adorable. These felt Halloween party favors are great to pass out at home Halloween parties or classroom parties. If you make your own please make sure to share pictures and tag me.
And don’t forget to check out the amazing bloggers that made fun and cute Halloween party crafts as part of the Team Creative Crafts blog hop. They are all linked below. Plus there is a GIVEAWAY go enter and good luck!
Laura from Me and My INKlings is sharing quick and easy Polymer Clay Black Cat Earrings that would make the PURR-FECT party favor on Halloween night.
Sweet not spooky is the theme for this set of Halloween Treat Bag Tags created by Laura of Laura’s Crafty Life. Pumpkins are our favorite!
Shani from Sunshine and Munchkins always has the best activities for the kiddos, and her Halloween Popsicle Stick Puzzle does not disappoint.
Download and print a full set of Halloween Party Printables with a Batty theme! Kelsey over at Poofy Cheekshas the entire party covered!
Katie, the Crafty Blog Stalker has taken some simple supplies from the dollar store and transformed them into aLight Up Jack-O-Lantern perfect to greet guests at your front door.
Wrangle your treats in one place this October 31st with Halloween Party Treat Bag Printables from Chelly at We Can Make That!
Jane from DIY Jane has created an magical Halloween Party Table Topper to give your décor a fabulous finishing touch.
Create the perfect party favor with Lindsay from Artsy Fartsy Mama and her tutorial for a Halloween Heishi Bracelet Set. Love the bright colors!
Beth with Creatively Beth is sharing a quick and easy Candy Corn Treat Cup with Free Ghost Tag Printablethat will make a yummy party favor.
Whether you are decorating or creating these Recycled Egg Carton Bats are the perfect addition to your Halloween Party from Beth at Creatively Beth.
Laura from Me and My INKlings is the ultimate troop leader, so we love her collection of Girl Scout Halloween Party Ideas, they are brilliant!
The party favors are covered with a set of free printable Halloween Character Treat Boxes created by Lindsay ofArtsy Fartsy Mama.
Liz with Liz on Call has the most adorable Halloween party idea – Jack-O-Lantern Balloons! Get the tutorial and a downloadable file over on her blog.
Get together with your GHOUL friends for a craft night! Candice from She’s Crafty gives you all the details for a Haunted House Party!
Michelle of Michelle’s Party Plan-It has the spooky side covered with her DIY Freddy Krueger Bag. Perfect for a Halloween Party favor or Trick-or-Treat bag.
With just a few supplies create Halloween Monster Pretzels to serve at your October 31st Party. Beth with the Ruffled Daisy is sharing her tutorial.
Marissa with Rae Gun Ramblings is cooking up some sweet and spooky Cauldron Cakes. Get the recipe and step by step directions on her blog.
Let’s take adorable to a whole new level with a No-Sew Baby Bat Sock Stuffie created by Debra of Debra Quartermain Designs. We think he’s FANG-TASTIC!