We had so much fun spending Halloween with our Grandson Max! He's now 18 month's and my daughter, Angie dressed him up as Frankenstein. He had no idea what the night was all about - but he LOVES being outside. Though - I don't think he's ever gone for a walk when it's dark out. So that was a new experience for him.
Here are a few pictures:
We gave him the little "basket" filled with his favorite goodies...a Box of Raisens and Fig Newtons. Isn't he adorable? What a fun night!
6-Scallop Envelope Basket
I made a couple of these baskets for my daughters. They are really easy to make. Use 6 scallop evelope die cuts - adhere them side by side. After adhering the last one to the first one, stand it up to hold it's shape and trace it onto a piece of cardstock. Cut out and insert into the bottom for the flaps to adhere to - that's it!
Supplies: Big Shot Die Cut Machine & Scallop Envelope Die, Pumpkin Pie Cardstock and Ghostly Greetings Designer Paper & Sticky Strip
I hope your Halloween was filled with more treats than tricks!