What?! Yep and many other sizes for a great price. When you get 100 it means you will have more for another project somewhere down the line. You can find them here: http://www.giftsintl-us.com/cellobag.php
Next you will need some clothes pins. The old fashioned wood kind would be best and you can get them anywhere even the grocery store. You will need one per bag.
Then head on over to the freebie page and find some bugs to print out. You can find them under the Halloween section or under insects. Or try any of the other fun Halloween images we have or make your own bugs like the ones pictured. Print them onto Card stock and you and your child can color them together.
Cut out, then glue a standard clothespin to the back of each. Portion out store-bought candy and one of your jars of homemade slime, (See Halloween Prep4) into the small cellophane or little paper bags and pinch each closed with a bug clip. Walla! Simple, adorable, fun!
Best part? An inexpensive way to impress the kids coming to your door making them want to come back for more. Nothing is more fun then hearing a child say to his friends "This is the house I told you about last year."
Join us for The Art Of Halloween Preparation Part6 where we will design awesome Indian Corn Treats using images from GrafXQuest. Thanks for coming all the way from your place to mine today.
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