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I am so excited for Halloween this year! I’ve had my mantel decorations and wreaths up for weeks now, even though we are still hitting 90 degree temps here in Texas. Sophia recently turned three and is SO looking forward to participating in all the festivities. The previous years, while she looked absolutely adorable, she wasn’t too sure about the whole idea behind trick-or-treating. We’ve been practicing and she can’t wait to visit our neighbors with her big sister.
Isabella would go all night if we let her, but I don’t anticipate Sophia’s tiny legs or my 8 month pregnant self lasting very long. I stocked up on the large bags of Hershey’s candy at Walmart so while Isabella and the hubs carry on, Sophia and I will stay home and pass out candy. Instead of just letting it sit in our pantry for a month I made this super easy DIY Mummy Pumpkin Candy Holder.
All you need to make your own is a faux pumpkin and a roll of gauze. Carefully use a utility knife to carve a large mouth in the fake foam pumpkin and then wrap it to look like a mummy. You can use hot glue or double-sided tape to adhere it to the pumpkin, but the gauze I had stuck to itself perfectly. I used a piece of black felt to cut out the eyes.
It looks so cute sitting on our counter and serves the purpose of storing our candy at the same time. Not to mention it’s easier for me to sneak a piece or two with it out in the open. The big variety bags fit perfectly inside, but if you need to eat a few leftover pieces to make it all fit I won’t tell! 🙂
Be sure to check out more Hershey’s Halloween Candy at Walmart. I’d love to hear your favorite!
Monday 31st of October 2016
that is such a cute idea.
Thursday 29th of October 2015
I love this adorable Halloween DIY candy holder. Thanks so much for sharing it with Foodie Friends Friday Party #170 last week. It is being featured on Foodie Friends Friday Daily Dish Magazine and it will be featured in my Foodie Friends Friday Party #171 post this weekend. Thanks for partying with us and we look forward to seeing you again soon with another great post.
Saturday 24th of October 2015
Wow!!So cute and fun idea. Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty. We would love to have you again next week.
Wendi @ H2OBungalow
Friday 23rd of October 2015
This is so smart! Wanted to let you know your project is my feature pick for this weeks DIY Sunday Showcase:) Thanks for sharing it with us!
Thursday 22nd of October 2015
This is such an amazing idea! Thanks for sharing it. I'm Anita visiting from Think and Make Thursday.