Please Welcome: Jill from Every Day is an Occasion

I am SUPER excited to be here today to share my kid's craft tutorial! Thank you sooo soo much to the girls of eighteen25 for having me! My name is Jill and I blog at Every Day is an Occasion!

Have you started to think about what halloween crafts you want to do with your kids?

Well, here is one that is "Scary Fun!"

Top of treat container

treat containers from Every Day is an Occasion

These would be so fun to make and give away to grandparents, neighbors, teachers, or you could even make them at a party or get together.

Would you like to learn how to make one?


steps 3, 4, 5,


1.Put candy into tube
2 Tape toilet paper to the side of the tube wrap vertically around so that the tube is covered including ends.
3. Fold toilet paper in half and create a little bit of a point.
4. Wrap toilet paper horizontally around the tube twisting as you go...DO NOT RIP TOILET PAPER OFF YET. WAIT UNTIL THE VERY END!
5. Keep twisting all the way down to the bottom
6. Tape at the toilet paper off now.
7. By the top of the tube, push toilet paper up so that you can draw eyes with the color of your choice
8. Make ovals with a marker for the eyes.
9. Take Happy halloween sign and tape it to the back of a toothpick. (printable at the end of this post).
10. Push Happy Halloween sign into the side of the tube.


Here is a picture of two different twisting styles. One is very loose and the other is tighter. I just wanted to share this with you so you could see the difference in twisting styles;)

The Halloween Sign: Just right click and {save as} to your computer

Thanks again to the lovely ladies of eighteen25 for having me!

I hope you liked my tutorial and will stop on over and say, "Hi"!



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