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Happy Wednesday, friends! Are you wearing your pink today? I’m not either, but I do love that movie. Bonus points if you know what I’m talking about and if not, I have to ask…. are you living under a rock?! Anyway, today I wanted to share with you the little goodie bags that I put together to hand out this year for Halloween! They would be absolutely perfect for your kid’s classmates, for trick or treaters, or even as Halloween party goodie bags! They’re super cute and SO easy to make – you basically just need some Hershey’s candy. The Kit Kats are PERFECT to fill the fingers of the gloves.
Gather your supplies: Gloves (or baggies of any kind, gloves seemed more fun though), candy, random Halloween odds & ends (I chose notebooks, spider rings, silly putty, vampire teeth, slap bracelets, glow in the dark lizards, bubbles ribbon and/or clips to shut the gloves/bags – I found all of these in Walmart’s Halloween section for like $,98 a pack)
Use the suckers, Kit Kats, and twizzlers to fill the fingers, add in all the rest as well as some more candy, and tie it off with a ribbon or a cute little clip like I found for mine.
These are so easy to make, so fun to make, and my kiddos LOVED that they got the leftovers for themselves. I may or may not have filled up on candy myself while making these and I may or may not have chased the dogs around blowing bubbles and cracking up as the dogs tried to pop them. I’m totally an adult! *wink*
Oh! And instead of putting a spider ring in the bag, put it on the outside of the glove! It adds a fun little extra something to em!
Now, if your Walmart is anything like mine, you should be able to find the candy bags right up front near their seasonal stuff.
More fun Halloween posts to come, but before you go…. be sure to check out more Hershey’s Halloween candy. > at Walmart. I’d love to hear your favorite! Happy October, friends!