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.
‘Tis the season for making gourd-eous jack-o–lanterns! Pumpkin carving is my favorite holiday activity. Digging into an easy creative medium. Pulling out the pumpkin guts. Transforming a simple pumpkin into a work of art. And of course, roasting the pumpkin seeds afterward for a delicious snack!
Over the years, I’ve had my ups and downs with pumpkin carving. I’ve had designs collapse on me and pumpkins rot faster than you can say, “Trick or treat!” However, I’ve also learned how to make pumpkins last more than two days in the Arizona heat and make carving an activity the whole family can enjoy. Now, I’m sharing that knowledge with you!Read More »
Being a lover of history, I’m a huge fan of traditions – especially holiday traditions. Whether your traditions are celebrated solo or with your family, it’s nice when we do something fun and festive from year to year.
Halloween is one of our favorite holidays. The spooky decorations and all the jack-o-lanterns! Fall is finally in the air, and Halloween is the true start to the holiday season.
Over the years, we’ve created a few traditions to keep the spooktacular enjoyment rolling. Here are seven of our Halloween traditions:Read More »
October is here and that means it’s time for boo-ing!
If you’re thinking, “What the heck is this?” Don’t worry… I’ll explain.
Booing is anonymously dropping off buckets of treats to neighbors in the spirit of the season. The goal is to not get caught delivering your gift, so it’s a fun combination of ding-dong ditch and Secret Santa.
Booing people is one of my favorite activities of the Halloween season. I’ve even taken it a step forward and started booing coworkers as well!