Halloween treats Made for my Great Nieces and Nephew

Hi Girls,

Today I will show you the cute Halloween Treats I made to send to my great Nieces and Nephew.  My Great Nephew James is 8 and my two great nieces Gracie and Rory are 3.   I love making Halloween treats for them  and with all the ideas out there, just had to make them and plus the fun candy I found.


This is the picture of the treats packaged and made for each of them.  You know me I never do small I go big, big, big.


This is the picture of the treats I actually made for them.    It only took me a whole Sunday afternoon to make 3 sets of these and packages the rest of the goodies.


Is this not the cutest… I got this idea from Eric Cerwin and it was so cute I had to make it.    Its made with the great Creep it Real stamp set and using the great Black ribbon from the Holiday catalog.


A better close up of the treat but what you can’t see if the teeth are sparkled with a glitter pen.



Did you notice the cute teeth candy I put into the treat bag.  I found these teeth gummies at Target and knew they would be perfect for this treat.   Believe it or not, but the teeth tasted pretty good too, as of course I had to try it.


Close up of the teeth,  They look so real right.


Since I could only put so many teeth in the treat bag I made this treat holder out of our Halloween DSP to hold the rest of the teeth that were put in baggies and into the treat bag.  Again the teeth were sparkly as I used the glitter pen on them.


Found this cute from a youtube video by stampinwithjill.com,   This treat holder was made using a standard white envelope.   Stamp it first then fold in half.


When you fold the envelope in half you cute a pouch for a Hershey bar to be put in


Here is the finished treat with the ribbon and tag.  So cute and so easy to make using the Creep it real Stamp set.



This treat was made using the plastic boxes SU sells in the catalog.   I wish I took a picture of the candy as I found finger chewy candy to put in them.     This treat was so easy to make with the Halloween DSP and tag punch, etc.  I don’t have what all these items are called sorry but they are in the Holiday or main catalog



Of course I had to decorate the Mini White  boxes that are in the Holiday Mini catalog and put a thing of pulled gum the kids like (can’t remember what they are called) but a perfect size for this treat.


I found these chocolate Eye ball candy and put them in a 6 x 4 SU bag and then made a bag topper for it.   Super easy.


Found this cute treat pouch at Micheals (as its paper) and put a teeth ring in it for the kids.


I bought these cute Finger suckers at Michaels and wanted to make a sucker box and found one Youtube  created by becreativestamping.   My suckers were too big for her sucker holder so I had to remeasure for mine.  They are cute and make a cute treat holder


Side view of the finger suck inside.


Eyeball gum I packaged up in our bags and added some Halloween Ribbon I found at Michaels.


More bag packaging.


Found these cute braclet, rings and file hard candy for my nieces.


Found these disney suckers for the girls.   Put them in a bag and added the spooky hat to the bag to dress it up.


Found this cute bag at the dollar store and put more candy in it for the kids.

So as you can tell, I had fun making them all and hope the kids like them as I have to ship a box to Chicago and one to Middleburg Fl.    As of today both boxes arrived safely.

Have a great weekend my friends.   I am so excited as of tomorrow we leave for our trip to Disneyworld to spend time with my sister and her family.   Its my brother-in-law Tim’s 60th birthday on Tuesday so we are all going to celebrate his birthday week at Disney.  Can’t wait as I also get to spend time with my two nieces to and their families…  and I get to send quality time with Rory… can’t wait.


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Posted on : Oct 21 2017
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