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Menu Plan Monday Oct 6th

Have you started decorating for Halloween yet?

I confess I have not, I don’t have that many Halloween decorations.  This is not because I don’t like them, but because I just don’t have them.

We also don’t have a lot of shelves or surfaces for me to put things.  With the little grabby hands of my two-year old, we have to have everything up high.

But, here is a little print I made that I can just frame and hang on the wall.

 

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And you can too.  Just click on the picture and you can download it and print it out for your self.

I have included a JPG & PDF both sized for an 8×10.

 

Menu Plan 10/6-10/12

Mon: Easy Cheesy Chicken Noodles

Tues: Crock Pot Balsamic Pork Roast with Roasted Parmesan Green Beans

Wed: Sweet & Spicy Bacon Chicken with Couscous

Thr: Enchiladas

Fri: Leftovers

Sat: Kitchen is Closed!

Sun: Hearty Oven Beef Stew

 

 

Happy Cooking

 

Dawn Marie

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Free Halloween Candy Envelope Printable

Ian’s school is having a Halloween party this week.  They are going to do a little trick-or-treat event, so us parents are charged with bringing treats in from our student.

Of course, I couldn’t just bring in some candy.

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I made these cute little candy envelopes.  They fit one Fun Size pack of M&M’s, or similar candy.

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These are perfect for giving to friends or neighbors.

If you would like to download this printable, you can here.

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To assemble: cut out each envelope.  Fold along lines, four sections.

Have child write their name, or other sentiment in the white space on the back.

Tape the candy inside, use a dollop of glue under the pumpkin/skull to secure.

Happy Halloween

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This Halloween printable was made using graphics from Just So Scrappy and was prepared by Mama Sonshine.
This printable is for personal use only. You may print the items as many times as needed for your own personal use. Please do not forward, share, sell or distribute the files for any commercial purposes or claim as your own design. Please do not post this printable to your website or blog. You may link to this website, https://mamasonshine.com/, if you would like share this download.
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Halloween Popcorn Box printable

Ian is in preschool now.  I know I can’t believe it either.

His school is having little Halloween parties on two days.  That way everyone gets to participate, since it is preschool, not everyone goes everyday.  The day that he gets to attend, Wed., is my day off!  That means I get to go too!  Whoo Hoo!

The great thing about him going to preschool at a private school with about twenty students is that I can make treats for the kids!

While browsing the blog Ginger Snap Crafts, I came across a guest post by I Dig Pinterest.  It was a recipe for Gooey Caramel Apple Monstercorn.

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Doesn’t that look fantastic?!

Christine (I Dig Pinterest) made caramel popcorn and then poured melted Caramel Apple Taffy over it and accented with candy eyes.  (For her recipe click on the picture above)

I just knew this would be the treat I wanted make for the kids at school.  I thought about just putting some in little plastic bags, but realized that is a bit too simple for me.

So I designed these popcorn boxes.

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I used the graphic from a couple of Halloween kits from Just So Scrappy.

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You can download this printable here.

The PDF file has two pages to print on cardstock or other heavy-duty paper.  Each page is for two sides of the popcorn box.  Simple cut each out and glue/tape them together then secure the bottom (download includes instructions).

Enjoy!

Happy Crafting

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