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These simple Vampire Water Bottles are fun for Halloween parties and trick-or-treaters alike. This is such a cute idea for a non-candy Halloween treat or for a kid’s Halloween party. There is so much candy during Halloween, the kids are on a month long sugar high. this year we wanted to come up with some fun Halloween treats that weren’t candy. We host at least one Halloween party every year and we always buy lots of bottled water and Fanta soda for it so, we decided to do something with Dasani bottled water. The first thing that came to mind was using our black drink tub as a coffin and turning our bottled waters into little vampires. Turns out Vampire + Bottled Water = Super-Cute!

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To get started we ran out to Walmart and picked up our supplies:

  • a case of Dasani bottled water
  • black felt (we were able to get 2 capes out of each sheet of felt)
  • thin red ribbon
  • White paper (we used paper we had at home)

This is such a cute idea for a non-candy Halloween treat or for a kid’s Halloween party. Once we had everything we needed we drew out a rough template in the shape of the cape on a piece of paper, and placed it on the felt to use as a pattern to cut the shape out. Once we had them all cut out we placed the capes around the bottles and tied them with red ribbon, making a bow in front for our Vampire’s red bow tie. The portion of the  cape that was sticking up behind the cap was folded down to give it that Dracula-look.  We cut the fangs out of white paper and used a drop of glue to put them on the lid. Melinda used tweezers for this part and it made things much easier.

This is such a cute idea for a non-candy Halloween treat or for a kid’s Halloween party.
Aren’t they super-cute?! The project was simple to do, it only took us about half an hour and cost less than $5 (not counting the bottled water)! This is such a cute idea for a non-candy Halloween treat or for a kid’s Halloween party.
These are great for a Halloween party, or a non-candy Halloween snack for your kid’s class. We loved them so much we’re thinking about dressing up some of the smaller 12 oz bottles to hand out to trick-or-treaters so they can stay hydrated while they’re out collecting candy.

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This is such a cute idea for a non-candy Halloween treat or for a kid’s Halloween party.

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