Be the best with 13 lucky ‘no sweet' handouts
1. Homemade crayons:
Use up old crayons – or buy a few cheap packages (you can get a box of 48 for only $1 at Dollar Tree) – and make homemade, Halloween shaped crayons. Pick up a themed candy mold from a candy supply shop or a store like Party City for a couple of dollars. Remove the paper wrappings from each crayon, and break (or chop with a sharp knife), into small pieces. Place pieces into the mold, and melt the crayons at 200 degrees. Once melted, remove from the oven and fully cool. Pop them out of the mold. Estimated price for 100 small crayons, $5.
3. Assorted small toys:
4. Pretzels in individual bags:
5. Goldfish crackers in individual bags:
6. Mini bubbles:
7. Temporary tattoos:
8. Mini erasers:
Get a huge assortment online from Oriental Trading (currently they have a 720 count package for less than $15), or shop the dollar store for themed erasers or pencil toppers.