This fun Halloween DIY project and free Halloween bottle printables has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. But as always, all opinions are mine alone. #CVS4FantaFun #CollectiveBias
Halloween REALLY snuck up on me this year, but I think we have a good plan together now. We live in a rural subdivision. It’s hilly, wooded and streets aren’t well lit. So, at some point, the neighborhood started a Trunk or Treat event at our community center. Last year was our first year in the neighborhood, so we hit the event, then hurried home to get ready for trick or treaters.
We waited. And waited. And waited. The doorbell didn’t ring. Not once! So, we learned the hard way that Trunk or Treat is where it’s at! This year, we’re responsible for bringing a few things to share for the party. There’s food, music and fun things for the adults, too. But, we’re also going to set up our truck this year and hand out candy and drinks! I wanted to do our first year right, so I came up with a plan to offer both the kiddos and their parents something special. In about 20 minutes, you can have festively labeled orange soda to share, and a very special Halloween Survival Kit for Trick or Treaters. Ready? Let’s do it!
First, set up your beverage station!
I went to CVS and purchased Fanta Orange Soda 2-liters. Then, I printed these free printable labels, cut them out, and attached them with scotch tape. There are three designs to choose from. Let me know which is your favorite! I personally like the “Zombie Juice,” because I’m currently a bit obsessed with zombies thanks to my weekly obsession, The Walking Dead. Add fun cups and straws, and you have a super fun and inexpensive beverage station!
Next, make your Trick or Treat Survival Packs!
When I was at CVS, I also purchased 20 ounce bottles of Fanta Orange Soda. I created smaller versions of the free printable labels for these individual-sized bottles. On the smaller bottles, I think I prefer the “Witch’s Brew” label! Which is your favorite? I’m a sucker for anything purple.
Print these labels out, then affix them to the bottles with scotch tape. Next, I made a super easy treat bag to attach to the individual Fanta bottles. At CVS, I purchased fun sized packages of Oreo Minis and Sour Patch Kids (they come in a mixed bag together) and spooky plastic spider rings. Then, I placed them in the treat bags and tied them off using green ribbon, found near the gift bags.
Finally, I attached the treat bags to the smaller Fanta bottles, and tied some extra decorative ribbon around the neck of the bottle. Voila! I can’t wait to hand these out to Trick or Treaters!
I hope that you and your family have a great Halloween! To make it extra spooky, remember to print out these free 20-ounce and 2-Liter Fanta Orange Soda labels. For all Your Thirsty Lil’ Monsters, save on Fanta 2 Liter Bottles – Get 4/$5 at your local CVS!