Low-Waste Trick-Or-Treat Bags

    Did you know that the average trick-or-treater generates one pound of trash on Halloween? With nearly 40 million children participating nationally, that's a lot of waste on just one day. This year for Halloween I wanted to see if I could put something low-waste but still fun together for kids. I also wanted to participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project, and initiative that strives to make Halloween more inclusive for kids with food allergies. 

    After a bunch or research and going back and forth between ideas I finally settled on making Play-Doh stamps. These are super easy to put together and so much for kids to use! Here is what you'll need:

    Here is how I put them together:

    That's it! Super easy to make and they were absolutely a hit with the kids that came by my house. I heard one kid yell, "THERE'S PLAY-DOH IN HERE!!!" at the end of my driveway so I consider that an absolute success in my book. Now I have to plan next year's goodies!

♡ Haleigh


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