October 30, 2018

No Tricks, Just Treats! Printable Treat Tags

No Tricks Just Treats Printable Tags 
Even adults need a little many treats during their Halloween week to satisfy their sweet tooth. This year I went with baked goods. Take a look and use this tag to help bag up your own treats for others as a last minute gift!

No Tricks Just Treats Printable Tags

Print out my spider tags (link below) and tie them up for your friends!

No Tricks Just Treats Printable Tags

Another treat item that's a favorite of mine is to dress up a dozen donuts. You can find plastic fangs at your local craft or party store and stick them in the centers, along with these candy eyes to make these spooky goodies.

Halloween Donuts

Halloween Donuts


No Tricks Just Treats Printable Tags

October 25, 2018

Peek-A-Boo Halloween Toddler Treat Bags and Presents with Free Gift Tags

Halloween Toddler Treat Bags

This year I decided to boo a few of my friend's toddlers--and since they're toddlers I decided it was best to skip filling it with mostly sweets, and instead filled the bag with other goodies, along with a cute tag I designed (see below for your link to download it for free). 

Halloween Toddler Treat Bags

For this toddler book bag I put in the following: play plastic spiders, play foam, vampire teeth, temporary tattoos, balloons, stickers, candy, Halloween themed books with read along pointers, and a sweet, fall-flavored baby/tot food pouch ('cause that balances the lollipop, right?)

Halloween Toddler Treat Bags

Drop all the goodies in a decorative bag (these are from the Hyde and Eek collection at Target) and add on the cute tag (download link below).

Halloween Toddler Printable


Halloween Book Gift

Pair you're goodie bag with a fun Halloween book (I have some title suggestions in this post) for parents to read to their tot tie it up with something fun, like play foam. 

October 23, 2018

Student Halloween Read Along Pointers


Free Halloween Printables

As a former teacher, if there's one thing I know about students during the Halloween season, it's that they certainly don't need even more candy from their teachers. (The struggle is real during this frightful season.) A great substitute for those children who are learning to read is a treat bag filled with different "spooky" read along pointers to use during their reading block or workshop time. You can easily pick up bulk bags of witches fingers, spider rings, and finger googly eyes at the local party store and Target cheaply. The rule here is basic: if it's Halloween-ish and can go on a finger it can be used as a read along pointer. Throw a few in a treat bag, staple on this cute tag (link below), and you're good to go! Happy Halloween to my teacher friends, and may next week be filled with extra naps and glasses of wine as you recover! 

Free Halloween Printables


Halloween Student Reading Free Printable

October 22, 2018

Beware and Take Care! Halloween Themed Care Kits

Halloween Care Package

With the crisp fall air welcoming in the Halloween season, I had a couple of friends expecting or with toddlers that I wanted to spoil a little extra with a Halloween themed self-care kit. I went ahead and designed a gift tag using some of my doodles as well to add to the gift, that I'm happy to share with you below. 

Halloween Care Package Ideas

For this care package, I kept it fall appropriate by giving something warm--bath bubbles to enjoy hot bath on a chilly day, something cozy and "spooky" with these super cute Harry Potter socks from Target, and finally, something sweet to eat. Simply, wrap or stack it all up with some bakers twine. Then print out the tag (link below), add a personal note to the back and it's set to go!

Halloween Care Package Printables


I'd love to hear what some of your favorite little self-help treats to gift to others and your self are, and happy haunting!

Halloween Care Package


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