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I hope you all had a fun Halloween! With the baby being so young and with my teenager no longer so thrilled with the thought of going out trick-or-treating, we decided to stay in and pass out candy this year. I wish we had a lot more kids come by. It's always so fun to see the little kids dressed up.
Every year, I like to send my teenager to school with some goodies for her friends. This year, we decided on making mini antibacterial hand sanitizer holders. I made some as party favors back in May, and they were well-received. For Halloween, I volunteered to make some for two of my nieces to take to school also, so I ended up having to make 36 altogether.
We got a bunch of these cute Halloween-themed mini antibacterial hand sanitizers. This was the only style they had left. We should have bought some sooner! I'll definitely be buying a bunch of these in SEPTEMBER next year instead of waiting until October!
I used a cut file I created in MTC to cut the holders out. I embellished with various Halloween paper and Halloween stickers that I had in my stash. I saw a similar project on another blog where the blogger printed labels with the sentiment "Germs Are Scary". I loved the idea and borrowed it for this project. Unfortunately, I don't remember which blog it was on. :(
I further embellished with different colored twine from the Twinery. I used black/white, purple/white, green/white, orange/white, and yellow/white combos. It's a good thing I have a variety of colors to choose from. I then added a tag cut from the Cricut Tags, Bags, Boxes & More cartridge. The To/From stamp is from a Halloween set by Waltzingmouse Stamps. I think these Halloween treats turned out pretty cute! My nieces loved them and so did my daughter's friends. Thanks for looking and have a great Thursday!