A quick trip to the Supercenter and the holiday treat aisle.....
and Payton was set with Halloween goodness for her classmates. She has a preschool party on Friday, and while treats aren't expected, it's always fun to have something to pass out.
Thank you to Ali for creating free Halloween treat tags. I printed 20. 1 for each kid in the class, Payton included of course, and two for the teachers. I made it easy and printed these on Staples white cardstock. (Payton's favorites were those going pink as my printer ran out of ink, lol).
I then dug around my craft room for supplies suitable to crafting with a preschooler, and away we went.
pumpkin stamp in the Harvest Moon add-on from Studio Calico.
I think this was the medium sized star punch (and THANK YOU to Fiskars for making squeezable punches that my 4 year old can wield herself).
I just tied up my treats in a knot with the ribbon, and then looped the vampire teeth through and tied a bow around the tag, so that those stinkin teeth are easily reached by her classmates but the treat stays tied up.
Payton signed the back of each card.
I wasn't going to share this today, but I figure I'm not the only person putting these things together at the last minute, and there might be someone out there more desparate for inexpensive and easy ideas than I was.
P.S. Go with the vampire teeth. I wavered and almost picked up spider bouncy balls, plastic rats, bubbles, pencils, but these teeth have been a HUGE hit with my girls so I'm sure it'll make them quite popular come Friday. :)