If you’re looking for non candy Halloween treat ideas, you’re in the right place! Did you see the mummy wrapped raisin boxes and bubbles turned ghosts? What kid doesn’t love glow in the dark fangs? These free printable fangtastic cards are perfect for classroom Hallowen parties, trunk or treats, or fall fests.
Here’s what you’ll need to make Fang Cards
- Print out the free “Wishing you a Fang-tastic Halloween” printable
- White card stock
- Glow in the dark fangs (I found 8 for $1 at target.)
- Single hole punch
- Red yarn
How to download the free Fang-tastic Halloween printable
To download the free “Wishing you a Fangtastic Halloween” printable, just enter your name and email address below and the free file will be delivered to your inbox! The Halloween card comes 4 to a page and is made to perfectly fit a glow in the dark fangs!
After you print the Fang-tastic cards and trim them to size, secure the fangs to the card stock with a hole punch and yarn. Voila!
There are multiple ways to secure the fangs to the card stock. Another fun version is to use washi tape and add a construction paper tongue!
Do you hand out candy to trick or treaters? I do! But, it’s nice to have some of these on hand if a trick or treater has an allergy. And this year, I’m also using all of my non candy Halloween treats at Max’s Halloween carnival!
Comments & Reviews
a mom says
“Wishing you a Fangtastic Halloween” printable
Thank you very much
Thanks for sharing at the #InspirationSpotlight party. Shared
This is such a great idea for non candy Halloween treats. My kids love to get fake fangs! Thanks for sharing your post at the #HomeMattersParty. Hope to see you link up again this week – the party post goes live on Fridays at 12am EST.
Gina Weaver says
Love! Thank you so much for making the printable, my 4 year old and I had fun making for his preschool class, used the wash tape version 🙂
Jamie Dorobek says
So fun! Thanks for letting me know 🙂
Morgan @ Morgan Manages Mommyhood says
These are super cute! I love the washi tape version! Thanks for sharing with Share the Wealth Sunday!
Cristina at Ava's Alphabet says
These are so fun! I am really embracing non-candy treats this year as I support the Teal Pumpkin Project. Pinned and sharing. Thanks for linking up at Family Joy Blog Link-up Party this week!
These are so cute, my daughter and I love doing things like this!
Erin @ Stay at Home Yogi says
My kids are so little they haven’t gotten into candy yet, so I love ideas like these! And I love cheesy sayings even more! lol 😉
These are adorable!
I love ideas for candy-less treats and wish they would catch on more in other households. My son is on the spectrum and hates candy, but loves all the little plastic toys, stickers and other items that he gets when he is lucky enough to a hit a house that has a clue.