I am sharing some free labels created especially for bubbles that your kids can give out at Halloween instead of candy!
October is in full swing; Canadian Thanksgiving is over; and Halloween is the next big event on the horizon. My boys have begun discussing their costume ideas and I’m starting to think about my own costume for school as well as trying to come up with some cute Halloween crafts, decor, and treat ideas for this kid-favourite holiday.
As a teacher in addition to a blogger, I can tell you that Halloween day is not usually ranked number one amongst teacher’s favourite holidays. But truthfully, I think the day after might even be worse! I wish Halloween always fell on a Friday; but since it doesn’t I usually like to avoid adding to the sugar-overload by finding some non-candy treats for my students and my boy’s classes. And this simple and cute non-candy Halloween treat idea perfectly fits the bill.
I mean, what kid doesn’t love bubbles? And I’ve made some free printable labels for you to add to give this non-candy Halloween treat that little bit of extra Halloween flair. Enjoy!
I picked up these white cute little bubble jars at my local dollar store.
They had two varieties available..
I went with the plain white ones (meant for weddings), since I thought they’d be the most neutral for a Halloween treat…
I simply created these free printable labels (download yours below!), cut them out with scissors and my small paper cutter, and then tied them around the neck of the bubbles with some orange and white bakers twine.
Easy peasy, cute, and fun to play with!
I know that my boys always enjoy getting a few non-candy treats in their Halloween bags or from their classmates or teacher; so I think these make a great little Halloween share for those special friends in your child’s life!
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Here are a couple more of my favourite Halloween DIYs for you to check out…
And a little Halloween mantel tour where I made most of the decorations myself…