This is a sponsored post but all ideas and opinions are my own.
Can you believe Halloween is next week?! I like to create fun little treats that can be easily made as party favors, just fun little gifts for the class OR this one would even be a great thing to give out for trick or treaters on Halloween night! This fun little hot cocoa Halloween treat is super quick, easy, and affordable to put together and we love having hot cocoa after trick or treating and while looking through the candy haul!
First, let’s gather the supplies, I used white cardstock, a BIC Metallic pen, and a Royal Design Studios Chevron Halloween Stencil to put this together. Additionally I had some hot cocoa packets which are perfect because they are single servings and usually have the directions on each packet. Also, there is a printable that I am also offering you all!
Now that we have everything, I started with the cardstock and Royal Designs Studios stencil (I love their stencils!), I placed the stencil right on the paper and colored it in using the metallic gold marker. As you can tell, I had also just finished another project with this fabulous stencil that you will have to keep an eye out for… but since this was a marker project and I didn’t want to wait, I just used the dry stencil for this project as well.
I love how the metallic pen looks on the paper! After all my sheets where colored, I put them through my Cricut to cut out a simple envelope shape.
Once this gets folded up, I can easily slip the cocoa in the envelope and close it up with a piece of washi tape- I love how the chevron turned out!
Once the envelope is put together, I went to the printable and printed out a sheet or two and cut out the circles. You can check out the printable here —> Witches Brew Printable
Then I ran the little circles through my Xyron to make stickers that I could easily just put on the front of the envelopes. You could easily just glue them but I love this Xyron machine.
Then it just goes on the front and done! Adorable, affordable and attainable- the best kind of project!