Friday, October 10, 2014

Spooky Decor and Snacks

Whether you like handing out treats or playing tricks, these decorations from Hallmark are sure to get your guests excited. Tricks the Toe-tapping Treat Bag with motion and sound is a fun way to present candy. When we push the button on the shoe he sings and dances to a parody of Mambo No.5.
Trick-or-Treater' Greeter with motion will surprise trick-or-treaters as the hanging motion-activated motor mouth says six fun phrases.
Pumpkin Personalities Decoration Kit can turn your pumpkin into a scary-good surprise, as we can customize the two 3D eyes that light up and glow when we activate a switch. We can change it as this kit comes with more than 17 stick-on decorations.
Door Frame silhouettes that say phrases like "Witch way to the Candy", "Enter if you Scare" is neat to put around on walls and doors for decor.
When serving food, placing this metal Beverage Napkin Basket with Napkins that come with 16 napkins would give the home a rustic and festive feel.
When it comes to spending time with your little trick-or-treaters, there’s no yummier way than making and decorating Kellogg’s Rice Krispies treats together. Little ones will enjoy assembling and eating these yummy treat that they help make. 
There are lots of recipes on www.ricekrispies.ca, and the Rice Krispies Canada YouTube channel at YouTube.com/RiceKrispiesCanada. 
Here is a recipe for Butterscotch Pops
1/4 cup butter
1 package marshmallows
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup butterscotch flavour instant pudding mix
6 cups Kellogg's Rice Krispies Cereal

Melt butter over low heat in a large saucepan, then add marshmallows and stir until it is melted. Remove from heat and stir in the pudding mix. 



If you are making in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl heat butter and marshmallows on high for 3 minutes and stir after 2 minutes. Stir until smooth and add the pudding mix and stir again.
Add the Kellogg's Rice Krispies Cereal and stir until well coated. Using a buttered spatula or wax paper press the mixture into 13 x 9 x 2 inch pan coated with butter. Use cookie cutters and cut shapes then insert it into lollipop sticks and decorate.

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28 comments:

  1. wonderful decor ideas! must make the Butterscotch Pops! thank you

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  2. Lost of great ideas here - I am not a big fan of Halloween, but my family is BIG into this holiday so I try to get into it for them with decorations and fun costumes. I really like the door frame silhouettes, and the Trick-or-Treater' Greeter would be a big hit!

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  3. I live in Ontario and I love Halloween decorations around the house in the fall.

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  4. I live in Newfoundland,and I love fall deco tell December and then its all winter deco

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  5. Manitoba. I don't do much decor for fall but I go crazy at xmas time.

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  6. I live in Ontario and am not really into Halloween, but like to decorate the house with darker colors for fall and winter

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  7. I live in Ontario, during the fall we decorate with pumpkins & ghosts and then for winter it is snowmen! (Judy Cowan)

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  8. I'm from Ontario.
    I like fall decor like pumpkins and scents like apple cinnamon.

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  9. I live in Toronto. I love to decorate with pumpkins and orange lights. I also have purple spider lights. :D I also decorate with scarecrows too.

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  10. I live in Ontario. I don't decorate much for fall apart from some small pumpkins as a centerpiece on our table!

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  11. I'm in Grimsby Ontario and I like a lot of natural woodsy stuff like leaves and wreaths and dried corn wall hangers.

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  12. I live in Canada and love decorating for Halloween & Christmas. Mostly homemade items my mom makes.

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  13. Live IN NS and gather pine cones from my lawn and press the red maple leaves from the trees on my property

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  14. I live in BC. lots of pumpkins, gourds, leaves, then Halloween decorations then my favourite Christmas decorations!

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  15. I live in NB. We decorate with pumpkins, corn stalks, leaves, pine cones...for a fall Harvest theme.

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  16. I live in ON, and I love earthy tones for fal/winter decor.

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  17. I live in Saskatchewan and I like to decorate the house for Halloween and Christmas with fancy decorations.

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  18. I live in Ontario, I love a little bit of fall décor.. love the colours, But we go crazy in the winter with the decorating :)

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  19. I live in Ontario and I like simple decor in the fall and winter reflective of the colours outside.

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  20. I live in Ottawa, Ontario and I love to decorate with fall-inspired scented candles and flowers. Of course you can't forget the carved pumpkins around Halloween!

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  21. I live in BC Canada I love winter I go crazy for christmas

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  22. I am in Ontario. I don't do much for the fall, but for winter I do up my place lots for Christmas

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  23. I live in Edmonton, and the last few years we have been lax in changing our decor. Trying to get better though!

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  24. I live in Ontario...I dont do alot as we live in an apt but I do have some pinecones spray painted fall colors and a wreath on my door

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  25. I live in Ontario and I'm slowly building up my Halloween décor. my Christmas though is a pier 1/ hallmark theme. lots of coloureverywhere.

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  26. I live in Alberta. I like to decorate for Halloween the week before and then after that I hang my fall leaf wreath until December and then out come the Christmas decorations.

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  27. I live in ontario and do it up with some kid friendly decor

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  28. I live in Ontario. I like bringing out the bright colours for Christmas. The vibrant reds and emerald greens brighten up our home
    (Debbie W)

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