Trick or Treat Jar

I’ve got a super easy craft for you this week, and I think it’s something the kiddos will love…unless they get tricked!
 
 
Wanna make a Trick-or-Treat Jar?  Here’s how:
 
1.  Gather your scrap Halloween paper
 
 
2. Cut into little pieces, big enough to write notes on – don’t be too perfect.  Random sizes and shapes are fine for this project.
 
 
3. Write “Tricks” and “Treats” on the pieces of paper.
 
 
 
For my “Tricks”, I wrote things like, “Do the dishes”, “Help with Laundry”, “Clean the Toilet”…
For my “Treats”, I wrote things like, “Play your favorite video game”, “20 minutes extra playtime”, “You get a back rub”, etc.
 
4. Roll each piece of paper and seal with a little glue dot or double-sided tape.
 
 
5. Tie them up in pretty little bows.
 
 
6. Put them in a cute little jar, and voila!
 
 
I added a cute little printable from The Graphics Fairy.
 
See?!  Easy, peasy, lemon squeezy 🙂
 
Now go make a Trick-or-Treat Jar for your little boys and ghouls (HAHA – I’m so clever!).  Just make sure there’s an equal amount of tricks and treats!
 

5 Responses

  1. Lovely post.. These looks awesome..Lovely idea..Great Blog you have here, .I’m officially following ya with smiles.. I also wanted to know if you would like to join in on my project..? Project PINK.. Painting the blog world PINK for a day.. Breast Cancer Awareness on Oct 3oth..!! Over 40 blogs so far are in.. Please check it out – it’ll mean SO MUCH to me.. Wishing you a lovely week..http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/2011/10/paint-your-blog-pink-awareness-faith.html

  2. This is such a great idea! I bet the kids just love it, so much better than all those lollies! ( and I love the fact that you included a trick…makes it all that much more fun!!!) Thanks for sharing!

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