General Remodeling

How to Make a Halloween Candy Bar

Halloween is here, and you know what that means! Candy! What better way to arrange said candy than with a customized candy bar display for Halloween parties? Provided below are some festive methods by which to make your candy displays really stand out this spooky season.

Halloween candy bar interior DIY design
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Jars, jars, and more jars

What better way to store and display all the colorful little treats than with glass jars? This provides a simple, elegant, and practical solution to storage and exhibition. Chances are you already have the pieces in your home currently, all that’s needed is to fill them in. So take your choice of candies are fill those jars. You’ll make an amazing display with minimal effort.

Jars and other home decor used for DIY display
DIY Halloween Jar Display from Pinterest


Large, ornately decorated bowls

Conversely, you can take one giant glass container and decorate it using many different candies. Consider using twizzlers or black liquorice for spider’s legs, candy eyes on top, and plastic vampire teeth to create a tasty monster bowl. The possibilities are as limitless as the candies you’re using.

Ornate bowl DIY decor
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Grab Bag to Go!

"Halloween was confusing. All my life my parents said, ‘Never take candy from strangers.’ And then they dressed me up and said, ‘Go beg for it.’ I didn't know what to do! I'd knock on people's doors and go, ‘Trick or treat. No thank you." -Rita Rudner

Sometimes trick or treaters are the least of a home’s concern. Some neighborhoods don’t have that many kids around. If that party’s going and kids are more of an afterthought, why not set up an honor system based with a candy cart or wagon outside? Prepare tiny gift bags or goodies that children can take. If they take more than allowed? Perhaps a spooky warning is in order! Feel free to fill the bag with:

  • Lollipops
  • Chocolates
  • Sugar treats
  • Popcorn
  • Candy Corn
  • Tiny toys
  • Peanut butter cups
  • Rock candy
  • Pumpkin seeds
Tiny little ghosts flying around your home interior decor


Ghost Trees

Have tiny little edible ghosts flying around the other treats. It’s a simple way to display any marshmallow or candied ghosts on the candy bar. And they look like they’re doing what they enjoy the most, filling the night skies on Halloween. It’s a fun way to present your little edible ghosts.

Make this year a good year by displaying your very own touch on a Halloween candy bar display in your home. Feel free to use whatever candies and crafts come in handy this spooky season. Not only will it make the display seem more creative and artistic, it will also prompt guests to check out the candy station more readily. So get started today.


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