I saw a picture online of some cute cupcake picks, but never made them up. I printed out the picture, and I'm sad to say I don't remember where they came from so I can give due credit. If these are yours, sorry! They were too cute not to share.
These first two are made from some Halloween stickers I had in my stash. I simply stuck them to cardstock, cut them out, and attached a toothpick. So simple, right? If you were doing a lot for a party, this might be the way to go. Stickers are a great alternative if you don't have a lot of time, and all the cute work is done for you!
Sorry the bat is so hard to see--should have used a lighter background.
This candy corn is so easy to re-create. You could easily use a die cut, but I drew up this pattern. A triangle with rounded corners (pattern included). Cut two of the triangles, one for the base, and cut one apart to use as a pattern for the yellow and orange pieces. Layer and glue, add black pen lines, and add a toothpick to the back.
This little guy is my favorite! I'm including a pattern for his arm. The eyes are four circle punches of varying sizes. The smallest of mine was a regular hole punch. A few pink squggley lines, and some glue to hook the circles together, and you have crazy eyeballs! They are attached right to the cupcake liner. I outlined each piece with a fine-tipped black pen to make them stand out. The monster arm is stuck right into the cake. My kids thought this was the best cupcake and were fighting over who got to eat the monster. Lol Happy baking and crafting!