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Thursday
Oct202011

Trick or Treat

Happy Thursday!

I can't believe Halloween is just around the corner!  My neighborhood is pretty quiet on Halloween, but I grew up in a neighborhood that lined the streets with goblins and ghosts.  

Kinda, like Halloween Town (love this movie!):

If your gearing up for the main event, here are some impressive ideas for tricked-out treats that are sure to bedazzle the bewitched!

These Alice and Wonderland themed tags from P is For Party would be great for cookies, or even for packaged treats.  Not sure if they'll make you shrink, but it's worth a try.

Tie a paper ghost to a treat bag, like these from Kara's Party Ideas for an extra-spooky handout!

If you've got a sewing matching, stitch-up some paper pouches, like these from I Am Momma Hear Me Roar.

Serving up a full candy bar?  Wrap it up with your own decorative label, like this...

...or like this...

...or even, like this!  

But if you're giving out suckers, go with a classic choice...

Everyone probably knows they can wrap a sucker with kleenex to make a little ghost, but they're so cute it's worth another mention!

Check out these pumpkin bags that are loaded with goodies!  They'd be great for a party, trick-or-treating, or even to give your friends at work.

One word...chevron!!!  These treat bags from Whipperberry are sure to stop traffic!

These mummies and zombies would be a fun craft for the kids!  They're simple to make too! 

How will you be trickin' out your candy this year?  Does your neighborhood get a lot of Trick-or-Treating traffic?  Is it just me, or does it seem like this tradition is fading away?  I'm noticing a lot more community events, rather than door-to-door candy collecting.

Well, be sure to stop by tomorrow to check-out my featured guest blogger!  Ronda from Batchelors Way will be stopping by to tell us about the awesome projects she's been working on.  I'm really excited, and I promise to get the post up early so you can enjoy it all day!

 

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