Witches Brew Halloween Treats

The cutest Halloween treats…ever!!!

Serve up these adorable Witches Brew Halloween Treats to your family and friends.  These cute cauldrons full of bubbling sweetness are great for party favors, classroom parties, and boo gifts!  | Uncommon Designs

Y’all know that I absolutely love Halloween… seriously love it!  I’ve often tried to figure out why I love this spooky holiday so much, but I’ve finally decided that it is a time to spend with friends and family that is just pure fun!  I love giving our neighbors little treats and these adorable cauldrons are going to be perfect this year!

We decided to make witches brew treats out of miniature cauldrons and candies. We were able to pick up all of the supplies at our local craft store which was so convenient. We needed green Sixlet candies, miniature cauldrons, black and white striped candy sticks, and various ribbons. First, we tied the cards on to the handle of the cauldron with a fun assortment of Halloween ribbons, then we filled it up with the green candies for our brew and used the candy stick as our wooden stir stick. That is it… so cute and so easy! These make perfect classroom treats, too!

Grab a set of miniature plastic cauldrons, some green tangy candy, and a black and white old fashioned candy stick.  Just enough sugar for the kiddos to bounce off a little, the parents will love you for this, I promise!

Serve up these adorable Witches Brew Halloween Treats to your family and friends.  These cute cauldrons full of bubbling sweetness are great for party favors, classroom parties, and boo gifts!  | Uncommon Designs

So simple, yet just so stinkin’ cute, right?!  You can pick up the supplies fairly easily and put them together in no time.  This is such a great craft for the kids to do with you as long as they don’t eat all of the candy while putting them together.  My girls loved filling up the cauldrons and had even more fun sneaking the “bubbles” and enjoying a treat for themselves.  Thankfully, I purchased plenty!  Find out how to make that adorable bat garland here.

Serve up these adorable Witches Brew Halloween Treats to your family and friends.  These cute cauldrons full of bubbling sweetness are great for party favors, classroom parties, and boo gifts!  | Uncommon Designs

Of course, no treat is complete without a little ribbon!  I mixed a few fun patterns together and tied a simple knot around the handle of the treat pail.  I love how the sheer black ribbon, orange glittered, and black and white gingham patterns mixed together. It was just the touch that these pails needed.  The small cards that we attached were just perfect, too!

Serve up these adorable Witches Brew Halloween Treats to your family and friends.  These cute cauldrons full of bubbling sweetness are great for party favors, classroom parties, and boo gifts!  | Uncommon Designs

You can find these miniature cards online here.  They are from Tiny Prints’s Bewitching Kitty collection and just the right size for our miniature cauldrons.  We just included a short and sweet message and now our friends will know we are thinking of them!

Serve up these adorable Witches Brew Halloween Treats to your family and friends.  These cute cauldrons full of bubbling sweetness are great for party favors, classroom parties, and boo gifts!  | Uncommon Designs

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Trish Flake

Author/Co-Owner at Uncommon Designs
Hey y'all! I am Trish and one half of the creative team at Uncommon Designs. I adore party planning, holiday celebrations, and all things crafty! I am so excited to share my creative adventures with you!

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