Every year, the kids in my apartment complex get to participate in Trick or Treating. Unfortunately, we’re not home very often and Halloween is no exception. So, I always put a big bowl of candy outside the door and let the kids take what they want.
This year, I decided to upgrade my candy bowl by decorating a old dish washer pod container. Originally, I wanted to make a pumpkin out of it, but I couldn’t find orange Duck Tape anywhere. So, obviously, that didn’t work out. I had to settle with my witch hat decorated box.
If you’d like to make your own, follow the steps below.
Duck Tape candy bowl supplies
- witch hat outline
- Dish washer pod container
- Duck Tape (purple, black and green)
Step 1: download the witch hat
Right click on the image above and open the image in a new tab. Then click print.
You can choose to scale the image if you need a smaller or larger version.
Step 2: layer on the black Duck Tape
Wrap the container with black Duck Tape.
Step 3: cover the witch hat with Duck Tape
place your hat on a flat surface and cover it with purple Duck Tape.
Then, peal it off and flip it over.
Begin cutting around the hat.
Step 3: decorate the hat
Wrap a thin strip of green Duck Tape around the hat.
Step 4: tape the hat to the container
Create tape rolls and use them to adhere the hat to the container.
You’re finished! Set your candy bowl out on the table out outside the door if you’re in an apartment complex and wait for the Trick or Treaters to come.
I’d love to hear your thoughts. Leave them in the comments.
2 thoughts on “DIY Upcycled Halloween Candy Bowl”
Schweet! Duct tape is da bomb 🤙
It is! I’m a big fan. It works for Judy about everything!