Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Trick Or Treat Boxes

What do you do when your 3 year old decides she doesn't want to go to dance class today?  Sometimes I let her stay home, but 3 weeks in a row?  And she really loves it! It's just that lazy day afternoon setting in.

So today we decided to make treats to share with all the little girls at dance class.  It is the Halloween party, after all!
Using the Silhouette, we simply cut black cardstock into boxes using Adorable box 6
I folded them and she taped them.




At this age, it is all about what they can do alone.  "All by myself!"
So she then glued the webs on with a glue stick.  We cut those out with spiderweb 1042.


Finally, she painted over the web with glitter paint and we took turns writing her name on the bottom with a white colored pencil.
These little boxes are the perfect size for just a couple pieces of candy and a spider ring.

After talking these up all morning, she wouldn't put on her costume.  OK, I can handle that.  And then came the "I'm not going.  No way."
In my head I was thinking, "Get in the dang car!  I already paid for this class!"  But my mouth was saying something about sharing our fun presents with all our friends.  And....it worked!  Yay!  We made it to dance class with a smile on both of our faces.

Linked at Living Life Intentionally, Mom to 2 posh little divas, and Crafty Moms Share

6 comments:

Sankat said...

You're an awesome Mom to trick her like that, haha. Super cute little craft too!

Lytles said...

So cute!

Amy said...

Aw! These are adorable, Whitney! Did you link them to my Fall challenge? If not, pretty please would you?

http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2011/10/falling-for-crafts-challenge-7-holiday.html

Beth said...

Very cute ideas!!I would love for you to come link them up at my TGIF Linky Party - http://livinglifeintentionally.blogspot.com/search/label/Linkey%20Parties
Thanks, Beth =-)

Anonymous said...

Found your blog through TGIF Linky Party . These so soooo cute! Thanks so much for sharing with all of us!
Ali

Aimee from Classified: Mom said...

What a fun idea! Thank you for sharing your ideas with us on The Sunday Showcase