Pinterest is such an incredible source for all things Christmas printables! I found plenty of dot painting printables (free), and a really awesome free printable – Build-A-Santa
The Color A Bone is also super adorable! For sale at Pet Smart or click this link. Only $2.47! You can’t beat such a creative present for your little ones to make for your fur babies.
Halloween is almost here! I LOVE Halloween.
I enjoy putting together special goody bags for the kids I work with. This year I am putting something together for my former nanny kids but I have very little time. Meaning I can’t make any fancy treats or caramel apples or drizzled pretzel rods. So I went to Target (#NotSponsored) and went a little crazy putting together treat buckets for. Of course…I also made one for their parents because why not 🙂
Here is a breakdown of what I spent:
- 100 Grand Bars – Fun Size – $0.23 each – 10 Pieces – $2.30
- Reese’s Take 5 Bars – Fun Size – $0.20 each – 10 Pieces – $2.00
- Snicker’s XScream Bars – Fun Size – $0.18 each – 10 Pieces – $1.80
- Candy Corn – $1.00 each – $2.00
- Peeps – $1.00 each – $2.00
- Fudge Covered Pretzel Rods – $0.62 each – 6 Pieces – $3.72
- Cookie Bark Bars – $1.99 each – $3.98
- Mini M&M’s – $1.00 each – $2.00
- Star Wars Candy Dispenser – $2.84 each – $5.68
- Kind Bark – $3.79
- Chocolate Covered Almonds – $2.79
- Halloween Bucket – $0.75 each – $2.25
$34.31 Total for 3 Filled Treat Buckets
Certainly not budget friendly but knowing this expense was coming up I gave up my second coffee of the day for the past week and a half. I am not even joking. But I love being able to treat those I’m closest to. This is definitely a major sourse of joy for me. I can’t wait to have my own kids that I can bless with fun treats from time to time.
I hope this post inspires you! Let me know how you’re ‘treating’ those close to you this Halloween!