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Old 09-10-2009, 09:22 AM   #41
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Such great ideas!

thanks everyone!
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:19 AM   #42
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For all you kindergarten mom's I can't find the original tutorial I saw but you might like this with a pumpkin shapes would cover "fall" or "Halloween" http://perfectisboring.blogspot.com/...d-crayons.html
This is an awesome idea! We can't do food treats at school - too many allergies - and I have tons of crayons that we could use. Thanks so much for the link!
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Old 09-11-2009, 01:36 PM   #43
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Our school has non-food events. Due to the numbers and types of allergies, the events at school are food-free. I love the melted crayon idea - and am going to find Halloween molds and do this with my kids this year. If we really have fun, this may be what I pass out at the door, too!

Any other non-food, easy to make, low cost ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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Old 09-11-2009, 03:40 PM   #44
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Barb, Thanks for sharing the cookie ideas! I'm in charge of hospitality for my school this year and have been on the look out for easy and inexpensive ideas. These are perfect!
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Old 09-11-2009, 04:09 PM   #45
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I saw a good idea for no cook cookies.

It's not the mixture but the idea that was so good.

They filled Lolly shapes, the ones you normally freeze for ice-lollys.

Added a stick and left to set....

Cookie on a stick

Also made with chocolate mixes
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Old 09-12-2009, 03:40 PM   #46
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My sons attend a Lutheran Preschool, and they don't celebrate Halloween. Instead, they have "Noah's Ark Day" and all the kids dress up like animals. Last year for my oldest son's class I made matchbook-style coloring books and stamps animals on each page and gave them to the kids with little boxes of crayons. I figured the parents would probably appreciate not having more candy in the house.
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Old 09-12-2009, 06:11 PM   #47
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I've done the crayon thing a lot--wish I had thought of it when crayons were on sale for ten cents a box. Oh well. My hubby teaches and their team has a cow theme, so we got some tootsie pops and I'm making some cow print "ghosts" out of coffee filters for his kids this year.
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I usually make playdough for my kids' classes (preK and K). I have made orange playdoh (you can add orange unsweetened Kool-Aid packets in the mix for extra scent and color). Then I roll it out about 1/2"-3/4" and cut it out with a cookie cutter and put in indivitual baggies. I lable them so no one thinks it is an edible treat.

Here are the outer bags I put them in last year:
http://stampinwinkyfingers.blogspot....-invasion.html

(some other moms put goodies in the bag too)
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Juliana, the bags alone would be a wonderful treat! I love them! The kids must have been so excited.
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I am bumping these to see if there are any other ideas.... All the ones posted so far are awesome!!
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This is a fun treat for kids. I purchased bubbles at the dollar store - 3 for $1. So, for less than $10 you could make something for each student in the class.
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Thanks for all the fab ideas ladies!

I have done cello bag with topper - K, 1st grade - filled with: tatoo, glow stick and some other little item like a ring.

The kids and parents love them -- as the glow stick will get used for T or T night!

I ordered my Bigshot and the Top Note -- can't wait to use them for Halloweeny items this year!
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Linda.. Love the bibble ideas!
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Here's a cute idea I found in the gallery, altho its for Valentines Day, maybe you could change it a bit.......

Fruity Valentine (Apple) by NCSUnikki - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
I bought a dress for valentines day .Its too early now but let it be. Any body have some ideas for valentines day parties.
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