Trick or treat
Smell my feet
Give me something good to eat!
Or in the case of our house, something fun to play with too! Every year, we like giving candy but also small Halloween toys because let’s be honest, more is better!
Also, making these treat bags ensures we always have little gifts for our Teal Pumpkin Project kids – which I highly encourage you to participate in! Unfamiliar? The Teal Pumpkin Project encourages you to have non-edible treats for your spooky visitors to protect those who have food allergies. This way all kids can participate in the Halloween fun without the worry.
Ready to get started?
For less than $20, I was able to buy a haul of stickers, temporary tattoos, stamps, and goody bags to make these easy to grab bags.
The set of goodies I bought was amazing. Great variety and quality. You can get it here.
Other ideas of things to include:
- Fake Teeth
- Plastic Jewelry
- Spooky Bugs and Creatures
- Mini Games
Now get moving! Halloween is only a few days away and the bags won’t fill themselves!
For more information on the Teal Pumpkin Project, visit FoodAllergy.org.
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