Simple Halloween Craft: Tic Tac Halloween Labels // Free Printable

So you need a party gift/favor, or handout, etc. and want to do something a little different this Halloween.  You want to be clever.  You want to be awesome.  But you need simple.  And inexpensive (like 79 cents each, inexpensive).  Well my friends, I have the perfect solution for you:  Tic Tac Halloween Labels. Easy, inexpensive and super cute.

 Ready to start?  First, grab these items:

1. Scissors.  2. Glue stick (yes, your child’s school glue stick totally works, but feel free to grab double sided tape or glue dots or whatever you have on hand).  3. Tic Tacs (1 oz net wt size).  4.  Tic Tac Halloween Labels of your choice.


1. Cut out labels.  2. Apply glue.  3.  Attach to Tic Tacs.

 How freakin’ easy is that?!  My kids and I love them!  Leave them as is, or apply ribbon, buttons, washi tape, glitter, or whatever your heart desires. I would love to see what you come up with!  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do! 😀


// Click the links below to download //

1. Ghost Poop (white)  2. Witches Warts (green)   3. Jack O’Lantern Seeds (orange)  4. Vampire Vitamins (red)

(Each link is a Word document with 8 labels per page)

Hope you all have a fantastic fall weekend!

*Please note: These downloads are for personal use only and are not to be sold in any way/form digitally or physically.  But please feel free to spread the word + love!  Thank you!

UPDATE!  Enjoy these Tic Tac Labels? I have created more! Check out the Christmas Tic Tac Labels, Valentine’s Tic Tac Labels and the Easter Tic Tac Labels + gift idea!  Also, I’ve recently discovered the Tic Tac Store Locator. Now you can find any Tic Tac flavor you need! -xoxo

Feel Free to Pin this Image:

tic tac halloween label

UPDATE: We received an email this past month from one of our readers from Germany who took this idea and translated it into the German language. How cute are these?


We LOVE to see what projects you come up with from our ideas!

Thanks for sharing with us!

Sarah is a stay-at-home-mom of three beautiful children, wife to a pretty awesome guy, and lover of singing in the shower, Dr. Pepper, cinnamon bears, and McGuyver. She resides in Arizona and has recently added Laundry Procrastinator Extraordinaire to her resume.

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  1. Bonnie Nelson says

    These are so cute. I love when people share what they have found. I have 14 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren who will love these. Hope you don’t mind but this is great! Thanks

  2. Tracy Johnson says

    You are a ROCK STAR! Is there a way that I can just print only one of each. I only want them for my child and don’t want to waste ink.

  3. says

    These are very pretty! I hope you don’t mind that I linked you from my blog, Spark of Chatter. You can find the post here. Thanks for sharing your work!

  4. says

    I add my thanks to the bunch. I saw this idea elsewhere but I’m super short on time and your graphic is SUPER CUTE. The bus driver and kindergarten teacher are in for a treat. Thanks again for sharing!

  5. Jill Podhiny says

    Thanks so much for posting these! They are adorable and are the perfect treat for a ‘grownup’ Halloween!

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  7. Jennifer says

    So cute!!! I love all your designs that you have created in the tic tac labels. Thank You!!

  8. Andrea Sanders says

    thank you so much – these are amazing and I can’t wait give them out as favours for our party this year.

    I was wondering if you could send me them in a word document as I have tried to download your generous printables but they are printing out fuzzy :)

    Thank you so very much!

  9. Chris S says

    Was wondering if you’ll have something like this for Christmas as well.. I like to get my gifts done early super cute, thanks for sharing for us.

  10. Courtney C says

    Love this idea for coworkers! Could you email me the word doc or PDF please? When I open the above links it creates a .zip file with no Word Doc. Thanks!

  11. Megan says

    These are awesome. I’m making these for my 4th grade son to give out to his class at his Halloween party. He thinks they are hilarious!!

  12. Jerilyn says

    These Halloween Tic Tacs are totally adorable!! Thank you so much for sharing- how kind of you!! I would love to make these for my son’s grade 2 class, however I’m not able to click on the links. I was wondering if there is another way for me to access the labels? Thank you for your time and talent!!

  13. Jara Silberfuchs says

    Thank you so much for these great labels and sharing the files! I just made german versions of your labels and turned them into cutting files for the Silhouette Cameo. Unfortunalety our local stores carry white fresh mint, fresh orange and strawberry Tic Tac only, so I had to create mummy blood on my own and leave the green and red labels out. Mummies are ooold so their blood is pinkish (at least according to my 9 year old) 😉

  14. Heather says

    Discovered these on Pinterest this season. LOVE IT! I created a fun selection as gifts to a few special folks. I was wondering if you have done tic tac label themes for a birthday?? These would make such fun favors :) Thank you for sharing your talents with us. The Halloween tic tacs received rave reviews and compliments. I’ve been sharing out links to your website. Thanks!