Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Luke's class is having a little Halloween party tomorrow and I signed up for the treat bags. I've come to really like this as a party favor because of the fun things I brainstorm to make.

These are much like the treat bags I made for Phoebe's class last year. Only with a different theme.

I sewed the bags up with some thrifted orange fabric. And broke out a toy I've been too scared to try using after I've had it for over a year. Its a stencil making kit basically and I can't quit thinking of my options for Christmas now.
These little pins are a version of the tags i use for my aprons and cupcakes.

And the ghosty-pops are too cute. They are simple, simple, simple.
Take your everyday lollipop... i used chocolate centered Dum-Dums. Wrap the round part with a coffee filter. I used two mainly because i could see the wrapper threw it but then the double layer gave it such a flounciness. And you know that's what 3 and 4 year olds look for in their ghosty-pops. Tie the next up with some ribbon or yarn. Then dot on some eyes and a mouth.
I've added in some fun little glow things from the dollar store too. But definitely be on the look out for the Christmas themed ones in the next few weeks.


Stephanie said...

Everything is perfect! How does the stencil making kit work?

Sarah B. B. said...

That stencil contraption must be awesome - the bags are beyond darling. My mom always made ghosts with Tootsie Roll Pops & kleenex. :) I haven't seen them in years!

Liz said...

Happy Halloween!
Liz & Mabel

Paper Girl Productions said...

I love that Boo tag!

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