Halloween Candy Wrapper Boxes

I absolutely love Fall….who doesn’t?! It’s such a fun time to play around with decorations, as this season means the beginning of so many fun holidays and celebrations. If you’re looking for a unique way to hand out candy as a party favor or for the classroom, then read on!

Supplies Needed:

Royal Sundance Cardstock in Sunflower
Tombow Adhesive
Foam Adhesive Squares
-Die Cutting Machine

To begin, I used my Silhouette CAMEO to cut out Amy Robison’s design for the candy wrapper box using the Royal Sundance cardstock in the color Sunflower. This color is the perfect fall yellow. Gather your other supplies, as well.

Next, fold along the perforated lines of the box.

Grab your favorite adhesive (I used Tombow) and glue the tab onto the box. After the glue dries, place some foam adhesive squares onto your tag to create some dimension.

Place your tag onto the box and center it.

Now it’s time to fold the edges of the box to make it look truly like a candy wrapper! Fold along each perforated line and then twist. Tie closed with some festive baker’s twine.

Fill the box with candy and close the other side, and you’re ready to party!

I love this design because you don’t have to have a busy pattern on the paper for it to make a statement. Think of all the color combos you can do for any holiday!

If you’ve ever made these types of favor boxes or have any questions, feel free to comment below!

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  1. Thank you for the info but in your Supplies Needed, you left out where I can find Amy Robison’s design for the candy wrapper box. Is there a link to her SVG? Does she have a store? Is this a Silhouette product only and I need to go there to find this box? If you can let me know that would be great thanks.

    1. Hi Georgina! This design is available in the online Silhouette store. Amy does have a website (amyrobison.com) where you can purchase several of her cut files, but I don’t believe this specific one is available in her shop anymore…just through the Silhouette Store. Hope that helps!

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