October 28, 2010

Halloween treat tags...in real life!

The candy corn countdown is on...but who am I kidding?  I've been eating candy corn since September 1 when the first delicious bag hit the shelves.  Let's be real.

Speaking of real, I {heart}/love/adore receiving word about the use of my DIY printables, especially this Halloween.  Check out these great little gifts using the free printable DIY Halloween Gift Tags:

These cookies are to DIE for (get it? Ha ha!).  From Sandy's Baking Memories.

From the uber-talented Pam at Party Starters.

And this super-cute mustache crayon set from Jack D. and his mom Jenny.

Our town mandates trick-or-treating on Saturday.  Don't get me started on the absurdity of a town-determined Halloween which never seems to be on October 31, no matter what day it lands on.  Oh, New England...



Unknown said...

tags look adorable! I heart Sandy and Pam too!

hugs! Kim @ Frost Me!/Party Frosting!
party inspiration

staci @ lizard n ladybug said...


Jessica @ Barefoot by the Sea said...

Love Sandys Baking Memories and those other tags.

I glad I'm not alone on the absurd "beggers night"

Then again, perhaps Slim Goodbody and family could come trick or treat at our door??? Ha ha ha - I'll be the one handing out the apples ;)

Christina said...

I don't get changing Halloween. We don't change Christmas or other holidays. Here in the Bible Belt, towns are trying to move the festivities but it's not working.

Jess said...

Tags are sooo cute! Glad I had a moment to stop by and say hi.

hiyaluv said...

i love your gift tags. i meant to make halloween treats for my staff but it never happened and now i am on vacay until after halloween so that ship has sailed. are you going to make thanksgiving ones? perhaps I will be more productive and have more time to make gobble goodies? ;)gina

The Bonjour Four said...

very cute tags! love them all. That is crazy it's not on the 31st!

Anonymous said...

Our town does the same thing. Trick or treating tonight.
I like the tags, but you won't see them in real life at my house. I am turning off the lights and hiding the car. My kid's room is by the front door and bedtime is 7. I know, that's the spirit. Maye I'll play nice next year.