DIY: Frankenstein Candy Box for Halloween

Hi guys!

It’s almost Halloween…
That means decorating the house, baking Halloween themed treats such as Frankenstein or Spider Web Cupcakes and buying a whole lot of candy!

But have you ever thought about a fun box to store all that candy?
Lutti did!

They gave me some great inspiration to make the perfect box to store all that yummmmmmmmmy candy!

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What we need:

  • 1 shoebox
  • 4x green paper
  • 2x black paper
  • 1x white paper
  • 1x blue paper
  • glue
  • cutter knife
  • scissors

How to:

  1. Cover the shoebox in green paper.
  2. Cut out 2 strips of black paper with a wavy side on each strip. Make the strip about 10 cm in hight.
  3. Cut out 2 blue ovals.
  4. Cut out 2 smaller white ovals.
  5. Glue the white ovals on the blue ones and glue them to the shoebox to make the eyes.
  6. You can cut 2 black circles for the pupils or draw them with a black permanent marker.
  7. Cut out a black strip for the eyebrow.
  8. Use the leftover black paper to cut out a scar.
  9. Glue everything to the shoebox to shape Frankensteins face.
  10. Use the cutter knife to cut out his mouth. Make a horizontal cut on the front and go diagonal on the sides.
  11. Don’t forget the most important step: fill Frankenstein with yummy Lutti candy!

You can make any candy box you want. I’ve also made a vampire version:

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Have a delicious day ❤
xxx Sarah

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