Planning a Halloween Party? This Halloween Party Caddy From a Thrift Store Find is a great way to keep things neat and organized for your guests. Add vinyl decals to dress up the plain caddy and fill it with items for your party.
How to Make a Halloween Party Caddy From a Thrift Store Find
Items Used for Halloween Caddy
- Metal Caddy
- Vinyl Decals – I used my Cricut Air Explore to cut the vinyl decals, but Halloween decals are easy to find at craft stores or dollar stores.
I saw these caddies last year at Target, but didn’t buy one. I don’t recall the price, but it was obviously more than I wanted to pay. A few weeks ago, I spotted one at my local Goodwill Store for $1.99. It needed a little cleaning, but all I used was dish washing liquid.
I lined the bottom with orange felt to keep things from clanging around inside. They aren’t glued in place because I already have plans for re-doing this for a holiday caddy.
I found this “Boo Y’all” and the bat images on Cricut Design Space. These give a fun look to the caddy for Halloween.
Since the decals are vinyl, I’ll be able to remove them and add some holiday decals to the caddy. Since I prefer cute over eerie for Halloween, these images are great.
There are a few different ways this can be used for a Halloween Party. It will hold six glasses, or it could be used to hold treats.
I plan on using it to hold plates, straws, napkins, and cutlery.
Everything fits well inside the caddy and it will make it easy for guest to quickly find what they need.
The Happy Halloween sign is one that I purchased last year at the Dollar Tree. I found the little “I’m here for the Boos” sign at TJ Maxx recently.
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