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Printable Halloween Juice Box Covers {free printable}

Hi everyone! It’s Kiki from Kiki and Company and I am excited to be here to share a free printable. Fall is in full swing and now and now we look forward to Halloween! At our school, we have to bring store bought items to the school party and I always like to make it a little fun, so thought it would be fun to put together a fun printable to share with you.

Printable Halloween Juice Box covers at the crafting chicks. LOVE these.  So fun for a class party!


Aren’t those so fun?! I love that I can send a non-candy snack to school and keep it Halloweeny!

I made 4 different ones for you including Frankenstein, a black cat, a ghost and a pumpkin. I even left a little box to add a child’s name to.

Printable Halloween Juice Box covers at the crafting chicks. Perfect for Halloween parties!

I added a joke on each of the covers as well to keep the kids smiling!

Printable Halloween Juice Box covers at the crafting chicks. My kids will love these!

I hope you have fun with these and can’t wait to see pics of your Halloween parties!

Printable Halloween Juice Box covers at the crafting chicks. Cute!

To download the Printable Halloween Juice Box covers, click on the links below:

juice box covers cat

juice box covers frankenstein

juice box covers ghost

juice box covers pumpkin

Have a happy Halloween! Hope you will come and see me at Kiki and Company!

For another fun Halloween lunchbox surprise, download our Halloween lunchbox giggles.

lunchbox laughs ghost 1 sm


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  1. Thank you! I’m the Room Mom for my son’s class and these are perfect for their Halloween Party! Can’t wait for them to see their drinks!

  2. Thank you for making this and sharing it as a free item! I will be using these cute lil things! Thank you again.

  3. Thank you for sharing. I printed these for my daughters kindergarten party and they are sure to be a hit! Great work!

      1. Hi Kiki!! These are super cute!! What a fun idea!! I was wondering if there was a way to make them bigger? The juice boxes I have are about 4 1/2″ tall.

  4. Hi Kiki!

    These are so adorable! I was wondering what paper you recommend–regular printer paper or cardstock? How did you keep the paper from sweating? I hope to use these on the rectangular apple juice boxes. Thank you so much for sharing your printables and creative ideas!

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