I know, I know, between all the Halloween celebrations, scrambling to get costumes together, and baking allergy-friendly goodies for school, this week is so busy you can hardly keep your head on straight. We haven't even picked up our pumpkins yet! It's not late to give your little ones a special day...with stuff you probably already have around the house, no less!
Fake beard and mustache: Grab some felt and sew up a last minute disguise! Adorable!
Halloween Hats: Grab some felt, ribbon, scissors, and a glue gun to make these show-stopping hats! My biggest dilemma: should I be the witch or the flower?
Homemade Felt Pumpkin Game: Can you tell I love doing stuff with felt? I can almost hear their giggles now! Fun for all ages!
Punkin' cuties: Grab a sharpie, draw a simple jack-o-lantern face on a few little cuties, and toss them into your child's lunch for a fun, healthy Halloween surprise!
Halloween Ghost Cupcake Toppers and Wrappers: I know a lot of us allergy moms have volunteered to bring in Halloween treats for school, and have absolutely no idea how we're going to find the time to do it! Free templates for super cute ghost cupcake toppers and wrappers. Cheap, easy, and done in no time!
Marshmallow Ghosts: Marshmallows, generally very allergy-friendly (but please check the ingredients on your brand!) in a "ghost" bag.
Trader Joe's Pumpkin Muffin and Bread Mix (Egg, Dairy, Nut free): Use an egg replacer like Ener-g, and you've got yourself some easy, quick, and delicious pumpkin muffins.
Don't let Halloween pass you by! Have a spooktacular weekend everyone!