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Jack Skellington Treat Cups (With Video)

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These Jack Skellington Treat Cups are to die for and they are perfect to give to guests at a Halloween party or a Nightmare Before Christmas Party.

Jack Skellington Treat Cups

Over the years there has been more and more Nightmare Before Christmas Party Decorations and tutorials released. However, there still isn’t a ton which is why I mostly DIY everything. Besides, I think homemade is cuter sometimes!

Making these treat cups featuring Jack’s various faces, couldn’t be any easier. Truthfully, if you can handle a Sharpie marker and can draw a few lines, then you can totally make these!

Once you’ve decorated the cups to look like The Pumpkin King, you can fill them with your favorite candy. Of course, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are always a must!

Want more Jack Skellington ideas? Check out Jack Skellington Soap Rings, Jack Skellington OREO Treats and Jack Skellington Charger Plate.

Making these couldn’t be any more simple. You truly just need little white pails, a black Sharpie, black foam paper, scissors, glue and of course, candy.

You can get everything you need below on Amazon (affiliate links).

Watch this video to see how to make these Jack Skellington Treat Cups Filled with Candy…

Jack Skellington Treat Cups

Jack Skellington Treat Cups

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $10

These Jack Skellington Treat Cups are to die for and they are perfect to give to guests at a Halloween party or a Nightmare Before Christmas Party.

Materials

  • White Mini Tin Pails
  • Black Sharpie
  • Black Foam Paper
  • Hot Glue
  • Candy

Instructions

  1. Start by drawing various Jack Skellington faces on the front of the white tin pails using the Sharpie. If you need inspiration use our examples or Google other faces of Jack. If you don't want to freehand the images, gently draw with a pencil then trace over.
  2. Cut out Jack's bowtie using the black foam paper and scissors then hot glue it to the front of the pail below the drawn on face.
  3. Fill the pail with candy.
  4. Serve, gift and enjoy!

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