we commenced the halloween classroom treat making on a whim. i wasn’t planning to have olive assemble her treats when we did but it just happened. as an amateur photographer, the lighting was definitely not right. it was too late in the evening and it had become dark outside, so with the artificial lighting…the pics turned out grainy, yellow, and not typical of the product i like to produce.
anyhoo, now that i have prepped my not so ‘great’ pics posted, we had soooooooo much fun making her classroom treats! i always rummage through the plethora of extra crap i have downstairs in my craft bins and will find something we can use to make fun gifts for the kiddos.
i did the calligraphy and olive drew the hearts on each glassine bag. olive also colored each sticker and placed one on the outside of all the bags. olive filled each sack with stickers, tattoos, vampire teeth, a lollipop, and a spider ring. we then sealed each bag with halloween washi tape and voila!
halloween treat bags for her friends at school!
i know i am extra. and i love it. i’ve been this way since i was born. i recall creating bags for our local trick or treaters in our neighborhood. i would collect all my goodies at our nearby jewel grocery store and asemble bags to give away. yes, not much has changed. LOL
do you like to create fun halloween treats or you more of the ‘here’s a handful of candy, bye’?!
[helping mama put together her class treats]
[stickers olive colored in]
[my creative girl drawing a heart on each bag]
[showing off her bags]
[how cute are they turning out?!]
[she’s so sweet]
[placing a colored sticker on each bag for her friends]
[always so meticulous with what she does]
[checking out her work]
[bags of goodies]
[loving our final product]