How to make Halloween candy for dolls

I love Halloween!  My favorite part is definitely giving out the candy while wearing my Witch’s Hat (another dollar store special I have had for years!) of course!

I thought it would be fun to show you how to make some treat sized chocolate bars for your dolls and some little “kisses” out of items you may already have at home and if you do not then you can pick up these supplies for under $5.  I highly recommend the American Girl Doll book Doll Parties and these bars are similar to the ones made in the book.

Supplies Needed to make Doll Sized Halloween Treats

  • Chocolate Brown Fun foam
  • Construction paper
  • Aluminum Foil
  • Halloween Stickers
  • A pair of Scissors
  • Some extra small pompoms
  • A glue stick

Let’s make the chocolate “kisses” first:

how to make chocolate kisses for dolls

To make the “ kisses” I used some really small pompoms and some aluminum foil I cut in to squares. Simply place the pompom in the middle of the foil and twist around it and trim. I made 6, you can make many, many more. Just remember that if you have smaller brother and sisters or pets you need to keep them away from these small items so that they do not accidently eat them.

how to make a candy bar for dolls

To make the candy bars (we call them Chocolate Bars where I live) you will need some fun foam, scissors, construction paper, a glue stick, aluminum foil and Halloween stickers as the labels.

mini chocolate bar craft

  • Start by cutting your Chocolate Bars out of fun foam or cardboard. I made mine 2 inches by 1 ½ inches wide.
  • Cut out some aluminum foil to cover the Chocolate bar. *Now if you are not going to make “bite” marks out of your chocolate bar you do not need brown fun foam you can use what ever you have at home or cardboard, I like mine with bites.
  • Cut a thin strip of colored construction paper to use as the wrapper and choose a sticker to cover the wrapper as the label.

I found these fun treat sized bags at Wal-Mart, I got 80 for $2.00 and I found they are perfect for Doll Play trick or treating. I just cut a small hole in the bag so my doll can hold her “treats”

Doll size treat bag

Stop by next Friday for more doll craft fun with Karen of Karen Mom of Three!