When my kids were small, I would make up spooky names for the foods I served on Halloween night. I decided to do the same for my grandson this year. This is the menu:
This is the "real" food:
monster meat-roast beef
bat eyeballs-olives and grape tomatos
witch fingers-carrot sticks
graveyard pie-cherry pie
When my daughter was in the hospital last weekend giving birth to her daughter, I saw these cute little plastic containers with Jello in them. I had to bring them home. They made great treat cups. I filled them with Goldfish crackers.
Here is a photo of the top of the cup. It was so easy and quick to make using Elizabeth's Clipart and digital papers. The paper ruffle was made from some leftover DP scraps in my stash.
If you need a quick gift, this gift card holder is fast and easy. I drew an apron and added a pocket to the front.
A gift card fits right inside. I hope these last minute ideas have inspired you. It's not too late to pick up some Clipart and digi papers from the Softpencil Shop and make some Halloween surprises for your family! Have a fun and safe Halloween!