Oct 15, 2010

More Halloween Tricks for Treats & BIG Giveaway!

I’m back today with another Halloween trick we created for dressing up your treats. But before I get to that…I have an exciting Halloween giveaway for you.  Cocodot and I are giving away another FIFTEEN free annual subscriptions to Cocodot!  The first 100 winners from the last contest received their free membership last night and we saw lots of people tweeting about sending out our new Halloween collection for Cocodot!  Halloween is just around the corner and you can use our new collection for planning a costume party, sharing your favorite costume photos with relatives, or sending a spooky message to a friend.  Here’s what you need to do to enter the contest.  Go to our facebook page and Cocodot’s facebook page and join both of our pages by “liking” both of us + re-post on your own facebook page about the collection {make sure you link back so we can see!}.  We will randomly pick the winners early next week.  If you’re already fans of both of ours, you can still enter by re-posting on your facebook page to your friends about the collection {again, please link back so we can see!}  We’ll let you know the winners by early next week so you can start sending your Halloween cards!  If you want to learn more about the collection, click here.

Okay, now on to a fun treat!  We created this ghoulish goody bag idea for Lil Sugar and they posted it yesterday.  This project is super simple so if you’re an amateur crafter or very busy, this one is definitely for you!  You can make them as bigger bags, but we thought the idea of petite bags was super cute.  Make these ghoulish goodies for a Halloween soiree, use them as treats to give away to pals in your office, or have your kids hand them out to their friends.  Here’s the crafty recipe…

Ghoulish Goody Bags
Ingredients
White paper bags or tissue paper.  I used small white Paper Reflection bags from Michaels.
Black mini poms
Glue dots
Candy

Directions
Fill up white bags with candy of choice.  Fold over and secure with double stick tape or glue dots.  Secure black pom eyes to white paper bags with glue dots.  Put in a vessel lined with candy such as jellybeans.

PS – We’ll be back on Lil Sugar to give another Halloween trick for dressing up your treats so check back over there for new stuff.

Have a great weekend! xo


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  • Love this idea, Amy and thrilled to receive my Cocodot free annual subscription (last night). Very best, Carrie

  • So adorable!!

  • Diane

    I looked at this quickly and thought it was a cookie!!! I love this idea, very cute!!

  • How simple and cute are those! The display in the orange jelly beans really puts it over the top, though. Love it!