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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Halloween Survival Kits

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 I am hoping that some of our friends will enjoy Halloween with the help of these little kits.
I am super excited to give them away and share the spooky feeling of this month with them.

 Decorate the outside of a fun container, then fill it with all shorts of goodies.  Both salty and sweet work well.
Then on the inside I also decorated it with fun spooky names for all of the goodies.  I am sure it will be a fun game to play to match up the names with the goodies as they eat them.
These are the treats and spooky names I used:
bed bugs - Wonka gummy bugs
bat droppings - tootsie rolls
ghost poop - marshmallows
human coffins - Hersey treasures
frog legs - Mike and Ike's
rat eyes - sour cherries
mummy corpses - sour patch kids
skull dust - assorted single drink mixes
vampire teeth - caramel and apple candy corns
twisted twigs - pretzels
fried skin flakes - oyster crackers
I got the idea for using the craft boxes from 
this idea on 
this awesome site.  
Click on over and see all of their other awesome ideas.


Creating Sarah said...

I LOVE this idea! It is so creative and so fun! I might use this for our BOO treats this year!


jamie@eighteen25 said...

those turned out so cute! and i love all of the spooky names you used. thanks for sharing!

Amanda said...

My kids would love this...oh and maybe my young women too! Cute cute!

Liz @ thequickjourney.blogspot.com said...

I love this a LOT!!! You are so creative... and I think people would love this for Halloween. Great job!

famr_4evr said...

I love this idea! Mine would only have chocolate in it, though.

Pistolmom said...

I love the descriptions of the "candies" :)

Michelle Paige said...

Super cute idea to fill with 'spooky' candies! I love it!

Jenn said...

this is really adorable. Gonna have to mark it for next year!

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