Halloween Treats 2013

Halloween Treats

We normally get about 250 trick-or-treaters. I usually like to prepare something special for the first 25 kids. This year I prepared special bags for the first 20 kids. I also prepared 111 bundles this year. I took industrial size coffee filters, stamped on them with Halloween stamps, added a few pieces of candy and tied with Halloween ribbon. I first found out about this craft here. I was going to make it years ago but I did not realize I needed the large coffee filters and I gave up on the craft because my small candy would not fit. This year I was determined to try again and found the extra large coffee filters. It took a long time to make 111 bundles but it was sort of fun. My Mom helped me with the craft.

I am prepared with enough supplies for 300 this year. I leave for last items we would want to eat. It is a warm day but windy so I am interested to see how many kids we will get tonight.

Close-up of Treats

Close up of Halloween Treats

Special Treat Bags

Special Halloween Treat Bags

It is entirely possible that my trick-or-treaters will not think that this bag of treats is anything special but it is what I decided to give this year. In the past I have made special containers such as these felt bags.


We received 251 kids. The coffee filter bundles were very well received!

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8 Responses to Halloween Treats 2013

  1. mtetar says:

    Now that’s a treat leaving out the tricks. Blessings, Mtetar

  2. Phil Valenti says:

    happy halloween!!!!!!!!

  3. You are really generous! We haven’t anywhere near that many kids and here it is ,Nov.1st and we have Trick-or-Treaters.Storms made the powers-that-be postpone the kids going out until tonight, but since it’s Friday, all the better,I am catching up on my posts while I hand out my bags and some for the neighbor. I love your stamped “bags”.

  4. Becky says:

    Totally in love with your Halloween idea.

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