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Not a crafting genius? No worries. These simple DIY Halloween Ornaments are a fun Halloween craft that will take your Halloween decor from drab to ghoulishly great in mere minutes!

Last year I created a set of DIY Halloween Candy-Filled Ornaments that y’all loved. So of course, I just had to make some more for this Halloween!

Three DIY Halloween Ornaments including a witch, a spider, and a ghost made of candy-filled plastic ornaments.

These spooktacular Halloween ornaments can be used for so many fun things! Hang them on a Halloween tree, pass them out as favors at a Halloween party, or use them as decor.

You could even give them out for trick or treat; although I would only give them to my friends’ children since the candy is not wrapped.

How to Make Wacky Witch, Ghoulish Ghost, and Silly Spider DIY Halloween Ornaments

These DIY Halloween ornaments are so quick and easy to make it’s almost scary! While I used my Cricut for the ghost’s face, the spider’s fangs, and the witch’s mouth, the rest of the features were made using googly eyes, chenille stems and a witch’s hat.

Just as with the DIY Halloween Candy Jars, if you do not have a Cricut or other machine, you can simply use a marker or craft paint to make the facial feature instead.

Look online where you can find all sorts of silly or spooky Halloween facial templates, or you can simply draw your own.

Ready to get started?

Supplies You Will Need to Make Halloween Candy Ornaments

These fa-boo-lous DIY Halloween Candy ornaments are so fun and easy to make! They also take just minutes to make. And the best part? They cost very little to make!

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Three spook-tacular Halloween treats made of candy filled ornaments that are easy-to-make and look great as party decor.

To make these cute candy-filled Halloween ornaments you will need the following supplies.

But first, if you are using a Cricut or another machine, the SVG’s for the faces are no longer active. However, I saw many similar ones by searching on Etsy. I have linked the searches below.

If you are making these Halloween ornaments without a Cricut, you will still need all of the above supplies (except the Cricut-related items) as well as:

Instructions to Make DIY Halloween Candy Ornaments

These spooktacular DIY Halloween Ornaments are so quick and easy to make, it’s almost eerie!

Below you will find the step-by-step instructions for each of these candy-filled ornaments including a witch, a spider and a ghost.

Ornament filled with green candies and decorated to look like a witch

How to Make the Wacky Witch Halloween Ornament

Having a wicked Halloween is easy with this wacky witch! Using a larger sized ornament, this witch is one of my favorites!

STEP ONE: CLEAN THE ORNAMENT

  • Begin by cleaning the ornament. If you will be eating the candy, make sure you clean the inside as well.

STEP TWO: FILL WITH CANDY

  • Next, fill the ornament with green Sixlets.

STEP THREE: ADD THE WITCH’S HAT AND REPLACE LID

  • Using hot glue, secure the witch hat to the ornament’s ‘lid’.
  • Next, replace the lid on the ornament and then seal it with glue unless you are planning to eat the candy

STEP FOUR: ADD THE FACIAL FEATURES

  • Next, glue on the witch eyes.
  • Then either draw the mouth on or use your die cutting machine to cut one from vinyl and attach it to the ornament.

And there’s your wacky witch!

Ornament filled with black candies and decorated to look like a spider

How to Make the Silly Spider Halloween Ornament

This silly spider Halloween ornament is perfect for some creepy, crawly fun!

STEP ONE: CLEAN THE CLEAR ORNAMENT

  • Begin by the cleaning the ornament. Don’t forget the inside if you will be eating the candy.

STEP TWO: FILL WITH CANDY

  • Next, fill the ornament with black Sixlets.

STEP THREE: REPLACE THE LID

  • Replace the ornament cap, using glue if you are not going to eat the candy.

STEP FOUR: ADD LEGS

  • Create the legs by cutting 4 black pipe cleaners/chenille stems in half.
  • Make a small 90° bend at the very end of each leg and then attach it to the body using hot glue. The bend makes it easier to attach the legs and helps them stick out from the sides of the body.
  • Continue until you have four legs on each side of the spider’s body.
  • Allow to dry completely.

STEP FIVE: ADD SPIDER FACIAL FEATURES

  • Next hot glue six eyes on the front of the spider and let them dry.
  • Then, using either a paint pen or your die cutting machine, add two tiny fangs.

And there you have one silly spider ornament to go along with your wacky witch!

Ornament filled with white candies and decorated to look like a ghost

How to Make the Ghoulish Ghost Halloween Ornament

Boo to you! Have a scary good time with this ghoulish ghost!

STEP ONE: CLEAN THE PLASTIC ORNAMENT

  • First, thoroughly clean the outside of the ornament and the inside of it if you will be eating the candy.

STEP TWO: PAINT THE LID

  • Next, paint the ‘lid’ of the ornament white.
  • Allow it to dry completely.

STEP THREE: FILL WITH CANDY

  • While the lid is drying, fill the ornament with white Sixlets.

STEP FOUR: ADD THE LID

  • Place the ornament cap back on, and secure with glue if you are not going to eat the candy.

STEP FIVE: ADD FACIAL FEATURES

  • Prepare the ghost face in Cricut Design Space, then use your machine to cut the vinyl.
  • Now carefully add the vinyl facial features (or paint them on) to the ‘front’ of the ornament.

And that’s it! Aren’t these three candy-filled DIY Halloween ornaments just too cute?!

DIY Halloween treats candy-filled ornaments

If you liked these Halloween ornaments, you are going to love my other DIY Candy-Filled Halloween Ornaments craft!

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More Halloween Crafts

if you like these DIY Halloween Ornaments, then I bet you will love these other Halloween crafts!

And be sure to check out these spooktacular DIY Halloween Candy Jars, too!

Halloween candy jars and Hallowen ornaments that are easy-to-make and look great as party decor. The best part? You can eat them, too!

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