Free Printable Halloween Juice Box Covers
All you need is a printer and tape to make these more-adorable-than-spooky Halloween juice box covers!
Just download the free printable at Skip to My Lou (you just use regular copy paper).
Then cut out the covers and use regular tape to adhere the covers to the juice boxes.
Be sure to remove the straw before you cover the juice box! You can then just tape the straw to the juice box.
A super-easy way to cover juice boxes for your kid’s lunches or a Halloween party!
How to Decorate Halloween Juice Boxes
How cute are these Halloween juice boxes? They’re such a fun little craft to do with your kids at home or at the school Halloween party!
Inexpensive Halloween Juice Box Covers
Fortunately, you don’t have to be the crafty sort to decorate your Halloween juice boxes! Etsy has a great selection of cheap (under $5) Halloween juice box covers that you can download instantly.
Just print the covers on regular paper, cut them out and tape them to the juice boxes. So easy – perfect if your kid’s Halloween party is tomorrow!
Frankenstein Juice Boxes
These fun Frankenstein juice boxes are such a clever way to bling out juice boxes for Halloween!
You use green duct tape to cover the juice box (although I think you could cut green construction paper to fit as well).
It’s a little tricky handling the duct tape so this craft is probably better for older grade school kids. Alternatively, you could cover the juice boxes yourself and let younger kiddos decorate the boxes.
Candy Corn Juice Boxes
These fun candy corn juice boxes are super-easy, adorable, and they serve well for a Halloween party or a fall festival!
Each juice box requires 3 construction paper strips, so if kiddos are decorating them as a party craft, be sure to cut the strips ahead of time.
To make this even easier, you could skip the google eyes and have the kids draw eyes on with a marker.
How to Make Mummy Juice Boxes
Wrap up your Halloween juice boxes in not-so-scary style with these fun mummified juice boxes!
The gauze wrap is easy to do, but the author recommends using a hot glue gun to secure the gauze and the googly eyes. If you’re doing this with younger kids (or uncoordinated adults like me) who might burn themselves on the hot glue gun, be sure to have an adult supervise closely.
Or you may want to look for an easier way to secure the gauze (perhaps glue dots?)
Mummy Juice Box Video Tutorial
Here’s another easy way to make mummy juice boxes using electrical tape rather than gauze.
Free Pumpkin Face Juice Box Printable
Halloween juice box decorating doesn’t get any easier – or cuter – than these festive FREE printables from Skip to My Lou!
Just print the artwork on orange card stock, cut it in half and glue it to the juice box. (She recommends covering the juice box with a glue stick).
She even includes the adorable Happy Halloween straw topper for a special touch!
Looking for more Halloween fun? Check out these easy DIY Halloween ideas!