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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Halloween Treats

I found this cute project in Woman's Day Halloween Celebrations Magazine. The kids and I thought it would be fun to make for their classmates for Halloween. So we have been working on these little cuties all weekend. I am only showing you one of each but we have made a TON of them!! LOL You all know that I have 5 kids and all of these kids are in school and have classmates. So we had to make quite a few for them to give away.

They are really pretty simple to make and you might want to make them yourself. Here is the link to the download pattern PDF -

I just printed out the pattern on colored paper and then we fussy cut out the image. Next we inked the edges, stamped some sentiments and then glued on google eyes. I creased the folds on my Crafter's Companion Ultimate Tool but you don't have to have one to make these adorable little treats.

I used double sided tape to adhere the candy bars. The pattern works perfectly with Hershey Chocolate bars. They are just the right size but I wanted to show that you could use other types of candy too.

I think these will be a big hit with the kids in my children's classes.
Now I just need to keep them hidden until the 31st because my little ones will definitely try to sneak and eat them!! LOL

I'm sorry I have been blogging this week. I haven't really been in the mood to blog or scrap. All I have wanted to do is read. I read 4 books in two days and then was tired because I waited to start reading until the kids were in bed. So that made for some late nights. And I read a book yesterday and just finished another one today. So I have really been

a reading fiend! ha

I need to do a couple of DT projects in the next day or so. I should have been working on them this weekend.

The kids have a short week at school this week, only 3 days. And then it is already the end of October and Halloween!! Where did the month go??!! Are you like me and feel like October just zipped by??

I hope you have had a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Super fun project, i wish my kids were still in school. I'll have to wait until my grandbaby gets hoo..tfs

  2. oh hun these are just brilliant,oh wish my kids were still tiny really miss,all this,hugs cherylxxx

  3. Hi Stacy, that must have been quite a job, but the result is def. worth while!! I wish they would do Halloween here too!! Hugs, Frea

  4. How fun amd so adorable!!
    Love them!!
    I'm sure all the kids will love these!!
    IKWYM I havent been in the mood to scrap either but I have dt due too.

  5. These are so super cute! The kids are going to love them!

  6. These are the cutest candy bar wrappers I've ever seen!

    And don't feel bad about not blogging. We all need a break from time to time.

  7. Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog!!!
    How many of these awesome treat wrappers did you all make?!!
    How fun it will be to find out the reactions the kids get from the classmates!!

  8. Wow, this project is awesome.. it will definitely make those ordinary Halloween treats extraordinary! Love it!

  9. OMG Adorable! Thank you for sharing the project and pattern. Now I want a chocolate bar though! LOL

  10. Those are going to be a huge hit! They are even cuter in person :) You almost lost one when I was there... ;)

  11. Oh how cute, thank you for the sharing the link!

  12. Hey Girl! Fall break! We are already back in school. We painted pumpkins that look like a character from a story book. It was a lot of fun! The girls, planned, painted, drew out the design and it took us all week long! We have really nice weather, still hot but cooler at night. I am completely swamped with work, housework, paperwork, I really have had no free time to have crafting fun. I will be at the school all day tomorrow running the classroom parties (Yes took another day off from work!) I am planning on making caramel apples during the class. Are you ready for Halloween? We are having a pretty big get together in the driveway. Fire pit, food, and fun!