Add a touch of spookiness to your Halloween goodies with our 3D Haunted House treat boxes or make the coolest haunted house village with our printable templates! for more spooky prints see my Halloween page.
The Halloween season is upon us, and what better way to get into the spooky spirit than with some creative and fun paper crafts? This fun 3D haunted house set can be used for treat boxes for a party or a spooky Halloween village to display on your mantle!
These adorable little boxes are perfect for holding all your favorite Halloween candies and goodies. They are coloring pages and make a great project for kids to color the spooky scenes then put together the fun houses.
For a more intricate project, try using this 3d haunted house template set layered over black cardstock then cut out the houses with an X-acto knife. Display the houses as a plain black silhouettes or color and cut out the characters or shapes separately and glue them onto the houses.
With just a few simple materials like cardstock, glue, and scissors, you can create your own miniature haunted house village. Plus, you can personalize them with different colors and decorations to make each one unique. The possibilities are endless!
Not into being super creative? No worries, they also make great party favors or gifts for friends and family. Imagine handing out these eerie little houses filled with candy or small trinkets – it’s sure to impress everyone!
Take your Halloween experience to the next level by adding some DIY magic with these amazing 3D haunted house treat boxes. Grab a set below and get started!
3d Haunted House Halloween Treat Boxes
- Click the link below to download the PDF to print. Print the templates out using white cardstock. Use the printer setting US Letter. Trim on the “cut lines” using a paper cutter. Use the borderless paper setting on your printer to get the designs to go to the edge of the pages.
- Color in the pages and cut out each house. Use adhesive tape or paper glue to put the houses together.
- If you are using them as treat boxes use a hole puncher to add two holes to the top of the box for an area to tie a ribbon.
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