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Since it’s officially fall, we can start posting all things Halloween right?!?? Honestly, I was never that big into Halloween until my daughter was born. It was fun to go out Halloween weekend pre-Mommy days, but I wasn’t one to get all festive and go crazy with decor. I would purchase my Halloween costume and that was it from me for Halloween.
My daughter is Halloween obsessed! When she first spots that first pumpkin item in stores during the summer, that’s right summer since stores start Halloween earlier and earlier every year. She goes into fun Halloween mode. She starts playing all of her Halloween themed apps and YouTube videos and begging for all things Halloween.
Since Halloween is a little over a month a way, I thought I would share a project my daughter and I worked on after she got out of school. Cheese Nip Pumpkin Treat!
***Everything I used, minus the Sharpie I already had, was purchase at the Dollar Tree***
Draw a pumpkin face onto the clear bags and then fill them with Cheese Nips.
Tie the bags off with the ties that come with the bags.
Then place a spider ring on the bundled part of the bag! If you don’t like jewels, the Dollar Tree has plain spider rings as well ;-)
And just like that you have a simple, festive and extremely cheap Halloween Treat!
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9/27/2017 11:14:28 pm
Clever idea! We will be havig a halloween party for kids in the office, and am thinking what treats to prepare. I will create this!
9/27/2017 03:34:06 am
How smart and creative. I love Halloween crafts and this is definitely going on my pinterest pins. Keep it scary!
9/27/2017 12:34:34 pm
That is such a cute idea. I like this to pass out to kids for trick or treat instead of the candy.
9/28/2017 05:49:48 pm
These are really cute and such an adorable idea! I need to make some of these for handing out and for kids parties.
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