For the goblins, ghosts and ghouls to come a trick or treating! Actually, the trick or treaters to the house get typical snack size candy bars - no gussying up. The treats below are for:
Brett's classroom of thirty one 5th graders, kept it very simple as they'll tear open the bag to get to the candy. A simple asymetrical tag is stapled to a small cello with a candy treat.
Halloween BIAB's for some of my friends. I used up all my halloween papers this year! There'll be more next year to choose from. This year Making Memories and Cosmo Cricket were my favorites.
And finally, Spooky tablets and test tubes; these are for my nieces and Brett's best buddies. Michaels had these uber cute tablets (Brett's fav is the big eyeball!) that I packed up in a large cello with some candy treats hidden behind (Reese's Cups) and tied off with a candy test tube of Nerds. As my nieces go to school with Brett, I will leave these as a surprise on their desks in the morning before school.
Tomorrow night Brett is off to his first Halloween party - just boys - my girlfriend, Anita, is brave to have 8 rambunctious boys coming over! Morgan is off to an annual teen Halloween party put on by a couple of her best friends. Staying home to hand out candy? It's been years since we've been able to do that!
Stamps: Carved and Candlelit, Batty for You, All Holidays by SU!
Inks: Tango Tangerine, Kiwi Kiss by SU! Versafine Onyx Black by Tsukineko
Paper: SU! Basic Black, Green Galore, Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant
Patterned Paper: Making Memories and Cosmo Cricket
Tools: Crop a Dile, Circle punches, Scallop punch, Tab punch, Crimper, Stapler
Accessories: Ribbons by SU! and Michaels, Large Eyelets by WeRMemory Keepers, Cello Bags by SU!, Test Tubes by Martha Stewart,