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Make Ghost Marshmallow Party Favors

2 September 2011 8,853 views 5 Comments

by rhonda

I love Halloween parties!  I've thrown a few good ones, and I've been meaning to do it again for years.  I've started a Halloween party ideas pin board on Pinterest, which includes these adorable ghost marshmallow favors from The Gaines Gang.  Blogger Kate needed a last-minute treat for her daughter's class last Halloween, so she dug into her stash of different shapes of bags and found some meant for holding pretzel rods.  In an act of what she terms desperation, she whipped up these little guys!  [how to make ghost marshmallow party favors]

Project estimate:

  • Mini marshmallows, $1
  • Bags, $1 and up
  • String, on hand or $1
  • Sharpie, on hand

Total  $2 and up

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5 Comments »

  • Michelle L. said:

    Those are way cool!

  • partycraftsecrets said:

    Very clever – Everything I make in the kitchen belongs in craft-fail, so I love anything food related that requires being crafty rather than following a recipe!

  • Kate said:

    Thanks so much for the highlight on my marshmallow ghosts! I have a strong feeling that we will be making them again this year. Just a few days earlier.

  • Christie said:

    These are AWESOME! thanks for posting!! I will be making these for our “kiddie” Halloween party :) Great Idea for low cost

  • Amanda said:

    I have featured this on Fun Family Crafts! You can see it here
    http://funfamilycrafts.com/ghost-marshmallow-party-favors/

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