No Trick, Only Treat

We are the end of October! Can’t you believe that? Tomorrow is November already!!! Time flies so fast and one thing we can be thankful for is that God gives us enough time every day to enjoy His blessings.

One of those blessings we have in October is our little neighborhood. They have a fun tradition celebrating Halloween with Trick-or-Treating. This is our 5th Trick-or-Treat with friends. And this year, we had it on yesterday (it is almost always on the Thursday before Oct 31st, unless we get snow or rain then they will postpone it). It was fun day for the kids and super cold for me!

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The Big Girl wanted to be a Cheer Leader once she saw that costume at TJMaxx about 3 weeks ago. We had another plant for the Little Girl, she fit perfectly in this princess costume we got 4 years ago for her big sister. This is a sweet memory to remember…

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After going around our neighbors for Trick-or-Treating, our friends always held a little party at their house. They have potluck food and as always they cook yummy soups! Also, the kids can check what they got. The little girl kept showing me her stash on the way from one house to another. She was super excited to get CANDIES!

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For them, I made some treat boxes for the kids at our friends’ Trick-or-Treating party at their house. I love this cute Jack-O-Lantern pillow box from Pebbles In My Pocket. I made 9 boxes in less than 10 minutes, including gluing and filling the boxes with candies. All you need for this project are Silhouette Cameo, cutting mat, blade, cardstocks, velum paper, glue, and candies. The machine cut 3 boxes at one time. I used Tombow Mono Liquid Glue to adhere the velum on the window and assembled these boxes. I made them simple and easy for the kids to open these boxes.

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Stuck On U Sketches has a new Die Cut challenge today with theme: Trick-or-Treat. This boxes are perfect for this challenge 😀 Create a project using any kind of Die Cut machine with anything Halloween theme on your project. You have 14 days from today to link up your project here. Come and play with us this month with 3 challenges we have. See you there!

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