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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Air Head Ghosts Halloween Candy!

Supplies for this post are from Oriental Trading, they are the Halloween Headquarters!
Affiliate links included.
 Air Head Ghosts Halloween Candy!
I love Halloween so much.  I think a large part of that is the nostalgia of Trick-or-Treating!  I love that Halloween candy.  Let's make some Air Head ghosts and talk all about tricks and treats.
You will need:
Air Heads
White copy paper
Sharpie marker
White marker
Tape
Twine
Cauldrons

More Candy: Gummy Bears and Child's Play mix
(Oriental Trading has tons of CANDY options)
Toys for non-candy options
 Open up those air heads!
Cut white paper into 3 by 3.5 inch pieces.
Wrap the 3.5 inch side around the air head to the backside and tape together.
Then wrap with about 6 inches of twine and tie in a square knot.
 Use the black sharpie to draw a cute little Kawaii style face and the white marker to add little eye highlights.  You could add a little "Happy Halloween" tag too!  Great for treats to take to school or a party!
 Some kids have major allergies to candy...and frankly, some parents just throw their kids candy away!  If you are one of those parents, consider donating the candy to a shelter, or just seal it up and save it as emergency storage.
Okay, but it's also a great idea to have some non-food tricks available for kids to pick from!
I found some fun ideas on Oriental Trading:
Plastic Boomerangs
Inflatable Swords
Heart Containers
Flying spinners
Disc Shooters
Gliders
Shooter Guns
(You'll notice they look like the items I used for my son's Link Birthday party--yep, they are the leftovers!)
 What is your favorite thing about Halloween?  Are you dressing up this year?
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