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21 24 Clever Trunk or Treat Decorating Ideas that nailed it. Take these DIY Trunk or Treat ideas and turn them into your own interpretation.
No Spooky Trunk or Treat Ideas
Our collection of Trunk or Treat Ideas is not spooky, just good family fun. Most of these are from Trunk or Treat at Church events.
I snapped pictures for several years at my own Church. Some people really nail the spirit of the fun. There seems to always be themed with candy and sports. One of my all-time favorites was an emoji theme.
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How Does Trunk or Treat Work?
Trunk or Treat usually begins around dark and ends about 2 hours later or when all the candy is gone, whichever comes first.
Some churches will have super large crowds and prepare weeks in advance by having the congregation donate candy and sign up to participate with their cars and trucks.
Cars are lined up in the parking lot typically side by side depending on how many participants there are. Sometimes there are gaps in the parking spaces to allow for games to go in between or to prevent a bottleneck in the lines.
Then the kids are lined up at a designated beginning location. Sort of a parade of costumed kids begins to make their way around the parking lot collecting candy from each car as they go.
There may be one or two familiar design ideas worth considering to put your own twist on. You will also find some unique ideas which are sure to be a lot of fun. A good trunk or treat lineup wouldn’t be complete without a candy theme trunk or a sports team trunk.
When Is Trunk of Treat Held
Most places host Trunk or Treat the Saturday or Sunday evenings before Halloween. If Halloween falls on a Saturday, it may generally be held that day but could possibly be the week before.
21 24 Clever Trunk or Treat Decorating Ideas
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Wizard of Oz design is a classic from The Adams Family.
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Candyland trunk or treat design from Sprinkled Events
Pirate Ship Trunk or Treat from Sprinkled Events
I hope you have been inspired by the creative designs in this collection. I like the interactive designs best. Can’t you just see the children lining up to toss the glow sticks onto those drink cans?
It’s amazing what you can make with some boxes, paint, and creative thinking!
More Halloween and Trunk or Treat Ideas For You
These 7 Super Easy Halloween Party Food Ideas include how to make those cute Mummy Hot Dogs with Crescent rolls, Banana Ghosts with chocolate chips and Pumpkin Cuties.
Your little’s will love these super duper easy to make Charlie Brown cookies while they are watching The Great Pumpkin. FYI, you will enjoy those cookies too.
If you are also a fan of sweet and salty then you will love these no bake Corn Chip Halloween Dessert Bars. You get to have some fun with candy googly eyes.
When we think of Halloween, the first thing we think of is candy. I made these Halloween Candy Kabobs for a family Halloween party and they were a big hit. No cooking is involved.
Do you love serving food in a jar with a spoon? It’s always fun to eat that way for a festive atmosphere. Make these delicious and fun to eat Halloween Brownie Parfaits. We added some orange candy sprinkles for fun.
What is Trunk or Treat? More answers about Trunk or Treat right here.
More Trunk or Treat Ideas. These pictures are all from my church event.
Toilet Paper Toss was one of the games at this Trunk or Treat event at my church.