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Halloween Party Favor Buckets

6 October 2009 4,657 views 4 Comments

by Care

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Halloween is such a fun time of year for decorating and crafting -- and parties!   These little party favor buckets are so much fun to make, and sure to please little party guests or trick-or-treaters.  And, as always, they are super cheap!  [get instructions -- and a bonus project idea! -- here]

Project Estimate:

  • Wedding favor buckets, 3/$1
  • black electrical tape, on hand

Total:  3 for $1!

Caroline Sanchez (Care) has been sewing since her mom taught her the basics at around six years old.  She has always been driven to CREATE, even from a very young age.  She is mommy to two little boys and one baby girl, and almost every spare moment she has is spent in her sewing room or working on her blog, Obsessively Stitching.

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4 Comments »

  • pam said:

    Too cute! Fabulous idea! And best of all, with a little spray paint, they can be re-purposed – like for the beach trips next summer or egg collecting in spring!

  • Grandma Lizzie said:

    Great idea to give out as favors at my family Halloween party. I’m sharing this idea on my website. Thanks

  • Esther said:

    Great idea! Exactly what I was looking for: great looking Halloween party favors, on a tight budget. Hooray for dollar stores and your wonderful ideas!!!

  • Nikki said:

    I think I will be making these for the kids this year.

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